The Android Q still follows unnamed, but Google presented some interesting news this week in the beta version of the little robot, including the long-desired dark theme that you’ve been begging for so long.
But that’s not just what Android 10 brings back; I’m here with the Pixel 3XL properly updated, to show the changes coming to your smartphone soon.
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You must be wondering – when will I have Android Q on my cell phone? Well, the first good news is that Google has expanded its partnership with the leading manufacturers in the market including ASUS and LG in the beta program.
But the search giant continues to ignore Samsung – why is that? If you have the Zenfone 5Z, for example, or any of the other smartphones on the list, you can test the novelty before everyone else – if you do not have it, check out what’s new.
Tired of that white Android theme that bothers your eyes especially at night? Well, after so much distaste, Google finally released the Dark Theme.
Not only does it leave the interface black, but native applications also get darkened.
This helps save battery life on OLED screen phones, as well as reduce visual fatigue when using the phone in dimly lit places.
Android Pie has focused on gesture navigation.
It was interesting news, but it does not offer the same practicality we have in recent iPhones.
Knowing this, Google copied the implementation of its rival, and now, we have iOS gestures on Android.
To return to the home screen, simply swipe up access recent applications, Swype and hold in the center of the screen.
Android Q is able to read and understand the messages you receive and with that, it formulates three answer options so that you can respond to the message directly from the notifications shade.
If a friend sends an address in the conversation, Android Q will understand the message and suggest a shortcut to Google Maps, for example.
Do you know that food delivery application that keeps notifying you all the time? You can now create a group to add those annoying applications that disturb you.
Called “Focus Mode”, the novelty is perfect for you to make your cell phone less intrusive at times when you need to focus on work or study.
And to activate and deactivate there is a shortcut in the notifications shade.
Digital Wellness has been implemented in Pie, now has gained improvements for parental control on Android Q.
Parents can set how long their children get stuck in their cell phones, controlling the usage time of each specific application, including games.
The biggest new thing is for the bonus time – you can grant five extra minutes for your child to finish that game level and then return the phone.
The Galaxy Fold and the Mate X were the first bets of Samsung and Huawei on foldable smartphones.
According to Google, several manufacturers are expected to launch products of this segment as early as 2019, and Android Q is already optimized for that.
When you’re playing with the phone closed, you can open it and continue on the screen without any pause or delay.
It remains to be seen whether the developers will embrace this idea or if the system will attempt to force compatibility.
Hearing-impaired people will be happy with the Android novelties now in version 10 the system is able to generate subtitles in real-time for any type of video with audio without needing internet access.
This novelty will also be welcomed when you are watching a video in someplace with a lot of noise So much that it is hard to hear the audio.
Do you know those security updates that you should receive every month but the manufacturer of your cell phone refuses to release? Google finally did something and solved the problem with Android Q.
Now the most critical parts of the system will be updated directly by the Play Store but do not celebrate yet – here’s the bad news.
Only phones that ship with Android Q will support this new feature.
Google has always been concerned about the access that applications have to your personal information The system has always allowed you to decide what each application can access and now on Android Q, you can even control which services will have access to your location when they are running in the background.
Now you can lock each one individually.
You can also grant temporary permission to an application, so when the application opens again, the system will ask if you want to keep the permission Or revoke it.
Android Q brings nothing really innovative.
Many features you’ve seen here can be found on phones already available on the market but it’s interesting to see that the system is getting smarter with each version.
While Google still does not confirm the name of Android 10, the company will release a few more beta versions in the coming weeks.
Until October we will have the final version, which will be released for the Pixel series and it should not take too long to arrive for the beta program participants as well.
Have you been looking forward to Android Q? So follow TudoCelular’s website to stay tuned in all the news of the 10th version of the little robot.
The manufacturers did not have time to upgrade to Android Pie; I would like to give you the numbers what statistics are now, but it’s just not there… it will appear a little later, but I guarantee that this is not more than three or four percent of all Android versions.
They did not have time to upgrade as the Internet filled a lot of rumors and leaks about the new Android Q.
Today we will discuss it.
First of all, we are interested to know about the name of the operating system, release dates, and of course, new features.