Android Q Beta 1 is available for Pixels Phones, New Features, Details

Android Q Beta
Android Q Beta
Android Q Beta Rolling out to Pixels Phones

Google has now released the first beta of the Android Q for all the Pixels Phones. Android Q which is the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system and comes as the successor to Android P. The Android Beta Program first to install the beta build for the Pixel phones users. The previous Android built, this new Android Q preview update can received over-the-air. With this new update, users will be getting more privacy and security on their device as it comes with a new permission management setup. Google has also added improvements and new features for upcoming foldable smartphones.

Android Q supported Devises

This is the first beta version of Android Q is available for Only Pixel Devises, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3 XL. Google has released the beta version for the original Pixel models.

Google has released the first beta version of Android Q. The final public release of the Android Q platform planned for the third quarter of this year. Google will announced it at Google I/O 2019 that will begin on May.

About New Features

The new Android will also come with support for Foldables screens to take advantage of foldable devices. The advantage of that the developers to manage how their application displayed on foldable and large screens. Google is updating the Android Emulator to support multiple-display type switching, that will allow applications to show setting to the users in the context of their app.

Google is also limiting access of IMEI number to other sensitive information will be restricted on the latest Android version. Android Q also aimed to improve the performance of Wi-Fi connectivity. With maintaining user privacy through a refactored Wi-Fi stack. There also new Wi-Fi standard support, WPA3, and Enhanced Open to improve security to some extent.

Android Q also support a Dynamic Depth image which has a JPEG, XMP metadata that is related to depth related elements in the device. This makes possible for the user to offer specialized blurs and bokeh option on the application and the user can also use the data to create 3D images or support AR photography use-cases in the future.

We are yet to see what will be the final name of New Android. Some major interface-level changes also likely to arrive sometime before its final public release that expected to take place in early September. So, Stay tuned on PhoneWizerd and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest for latest tech news.


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