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Android Q: Everything You Should Know about Google New Update


Introducing Android 10th Edition Android Q in Google I/O. This new operating system is fully presented with new features gesture AI and better privacy features...

Google has introduced Android 10th Edition Android Q in Google I/O this week. This new operating system is fully presented with new features, gestures, AI and better privacy features. There are currently 2.45 billion active Android device users worldwide. Many of these users will benefit from this new operating system. Most of the flagship and mid-range smartphones launching in the last quarter of this year and next year will be launched with the Android Q operating system. At the same time, it will roll out in many smartphones launched this year and the last year. Let's know about this latest operating system.


Android 10 Q Beta 3

Two beta Android Q has already been rolled out. The latest beta of this latest operating system has been rolled out to 21 devices this week. In addition to the Google Pixel device, these smartphones have also been rolled out for the devices of Huawei, OnePlus, LG, Nokia, and Xiaomi. Google has not yet released the full name of the Android 10 Q but it has been informed that this operating system will roll out to 6 beta users. The final version of its operating system will be rolled out in the third quarter.

Full Name of Android 10 Q

Google has not given the full name of Android 10 Q but the previous versions of Android have been launched in the name of sweets or desserts including Kit Kat, Marshmallow, Oreo and, most recently, just Pie. Similarly, Android 10 Q can be named Quince Jelly.

These special features will be available in Android Q

Gesture & Navigation

In the last year, Android 9 Pie launched. The new pill button and new swapping gesture were given compared to the previous version, which replaced the traditional back, home, and recently-used apps soft keys. Like the Apple device in the Android 10 Q, the gesture bar is given below. Swipe-up and holding in it can go to the Recently Used app. For this, you have to scroll left or right. You need to swipe left or right to switch to an app. Although beta testing of the Android 10 Q is going on, it is quite clear that the navigation button has been eliminated and the gesture has been brought in.

Smart reply


The smart reply feature is currently available in Google's limited apps like Gmail, Message, etc. Now, this feature will be added to many more apps in the Android 10 Q. Google added a smart reply feature to call pickup and disconnect for Android device. This feature will be able to reply to any message in your favor. Google has named this feature live relay. This live caption will be helpful for those who can not speak and can not communicate. Using this feature machine learning, it will notify those notifications which are more important as well and will ignore the messages which are not necessarily more important.

Foldable smartphone support

The entire focus of this Mobile World Congress is in a way that smartphones with foldable display The two main streams for mobile smartphones in the market, Galaxy Fold, and Huawei Mate X have been launched. Google has improvised it in split screen so that it can be used better in a foldable smartphone. According to Google, the company will also support developers for creating apps for the foldable display.



According to the Android Police, the theming options are provided in the developer settings of Android Q. You can choose from different color accents in it, choose headline and body fonts, and even you can change the shape of icons. Blue is the default here and besides black, purple and green color.

Will be better WiFi connectivity

High-performance WiFi mode with Android Q will be given and the latency will be reduced. This will improve gaming and calling performance better than before.

Location Sharing

Most apps ask for your location, even when you are not using those apps. Android Q will give more control to users on location sharing. Like iOS, here you will find a prompt screen pop up asking how long you want to give the location access to this app.

Portrait effect

Nearly every smartphone is now being given portrait mode, it is used during photographer. Google has given many different types of blur effects in the new version of Android that looks realistic. According to Google, the company is working with the device partners so that they can be supported in devices running on Android Q.

Privacy control


More than 50 privacy features have been added to Google's latest Android 10 Q. Through Privacy Control, you can give information about your location to anyone on your own. Suppose some of you have lost and you want to give the information about your location to those who know you, then you have to go to privacy and get permission for location sharing. Your location will not be shared without your permission. This feature has been added to keep users' privacy in mind. Apart from this, the App Timer feature has also been added.

The beta of Android Q is just getting in Google pixel device.
Android Q: Everything You Should Know about Google New Update Android Q: Everything You Should Know about Google New Update Reviewed by Kanu Ray on Thursday, May 16, 2019 Rating: 5

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