Android 10: Release Date and Top Featuresby Jeniffer Leio Excutive
Android 10, aka Android Q, is an upcoming Android version which is going to be released in a few days. Android 10 will be a powerhouse for forthcoming smartphones. It will be stuffed with modern features and functions. Let’s know more about the latest Android OS and get started.
What is the Release Date of Android Q?
There is no official release date fixed for the Android Q. However, many betas have been released in the past few weeks. The first public beta was released on March 13, 2019. The second Android 10 Public beta released in April 2019 and the third beta on May 7. Total 6 betas have been released yet, and the Android Q beta 6 was released on August 7.
The beta is supported across 12 Android phone brands, and only 20 devices are capable of installing and running it. Let’s take a look at its top features.
Top 5 Best Features of Upcoming Android 10
Android 10 is bringing many cool features for its users. Some features were a dream for Android users. Let’s take a closer look at it.
One of the most awaited features and a result of millions of prayers; finally, Android users will get an in-built Dark Theme Mode on their devices. You can access this feature from your notification panel. Just switch it on by tapping on the button on the notification panel which is provided especially for it.
Live Caption is a feature that will change the whole experience of the user experience. It allows you to see live subtitles for anything that contains dialogues and words. For example, you will be able to hear what is being said in a video, podcasts, or any other media which includes words. This feature is an insane upgrade for the people who are unable to hear. They can use it to understand what is being said in the media. This feature may also work with an audio phone call so the deaf people will be able to communicate with an audio call too. This feature works with or without the internet. People are claiming that it uses Google Text-to-speech technology to create real-time captions for anything.
App Permissions: Allow Only While App is in Use
These days, your privacy is not a small issue at all. Some of the app developers are using app permissions to sneak into people’s personal data, which creates a huge privacy issue. Android 10 will solve most of these issues as it provides an extra option when an app asks for app permissions. The option allows the app to use the permission only when you use it means the app developer can’t inspect into your storage when the app is closed. App permissions won’t work in the background, which will prevent privacy issues.
Customizable Themes and Interface Colors
This feature enables you to change the accent colors of your device. There are only three accent colors to choose from black, green, purple, and default blue. You can use this feature in the Developers options. In the Developers options, you have to navigate to the “Theming Option.”
Whenever you connect your Android 10 device to a secondary display such as a monitor, your phone will be switched to Desktop mode. This will allow you to use multiple windows without any issue, giving you a desktop feel.
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