Android 10, the latest update to Google’s OS will be the biggest ever. In this article, we will tell our readers all they need to know about the Android 10.
There will be many new features that will be part of Android 10, originally thought to be named Android Q.
For the first time since Android first launched back in 2008, the mobile operating system of Google is not named after a dessert or sweet dish. This time around the OS will just be called Android 10.
Google in a blog post said, “As we continue to build Android for everyone in the community, our brand should be as inclusive and accessible as possible.”
Thus the logo and color scheme of Android will be altered to ensure a “more modern, accessible look”.
Considering the privacy and security of users in mind, Android 10 will require all the apps to request permissions more frequently when accessing things like location data of a user.
Also, it is expected that Android 10 will have support for foldable phones considering the fact that both Huawei and Samsung are planning to launch their respective folding phones.
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Furthermore, Android 10 will launch a system-wide dark mode. From the Quick Settings menu, users will be able to switch it on and off.
One of the biggest change to the design of Android 10 is the back button removal. It will be replaced by a gesture-based method of navigation that will require users to swipe the screen from left to right to go back.
On Google Pixel 3a smartphone, Android 10 will arrive on 3rd September 2019.