Showing posts with label Android 10 Q. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android 10 Q. Show all posts

Google officially released Android 10

Google abandoned the "sweet" names of the system, so the new version is simply called Android 10. The update can already be downloaded on all Pixel smartphones - from the first to the third generation. Users are already receiving a notification asking them to install the system over the air.

Google officially released Android 10


It is already known that later up to Android 10 actual smartphones Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi and many other manufacturers will be updated.

What's new in Android 10

In Android smartphones, a new Live Caption function will appear - by pressing a single button you can open a small window in which the text from the launched videos will be duplicated. The system instantly identifies words from applications and writes them to text. So you can, for example, watch subtitles for videos on Instagram and from any other videos.

Google officially released Android 10

Google officially released Android 10

Smart answers now work right in the notification curtain - several answer options appear in the message card from the messenger. To the message “I love you”, you can send a heart or other answer with one click without going to the application.

Google officially released Android 10


The Android Q there are more opportunities for privacy settings. You can flexibly configure permissions for applications so that, for example, they can access the location only when the window is running. This can be useful for programs for ordering food or a taxi so that they do not monitor your movement in the background.

Google officially released Android 10


Google officially released Android 10


A warning will also appear that some application has started receiving location information.

The Focus Mode function has been added to the system. You can configure a special mode in which all applications that distract the owner from the main work will be blocked - social networks, instant messengers, YouTube and more.


Google officially released Android 10


Google officially released Android 10

There will also be restrictions for family members, mainly for monitoring children. You can monitor how much time children spend on a smartphone, what they use and limit the time.
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Android 10: Release Schedules, Features and Supporting Smartphones


Android 10

Android Q, which became known as Android 10, will reportedly launch on September 3, 2019. The news of this release came from two independent agents for Google Support.

Launch Phone Arena , Tuesday (27/08/2019), Android 10 will be present first in a number of Google Pixel smartphones , namely Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL. Then to Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

Still from that source, it was also mentioned that the first generation Pixel smartphones , namely Pixel and Pixel XL which were released in 2016 would receive Android 10 updates. This is quite surprising considering that Pixel smartphones generally only accept warranty upgrades. software for two years.

Smartphones that support Android 10

Google introduced Android 10, originally known as Android Q, at the annual Google I / O 2019 developer conference last May. At that time, Google also explained that Android Q was ready to be used forfolding screen smartphones including 5G technology.

Android Q, the successor to Android P, has entered several beta stages before the final release will be released later. At that stage, a number of smartphones can 'taste' first, which comes from 13 manufacturers not only from the Google Pixel family.

In addition to Pixel, smartphones made by Asus, Essential, Global HMD, Huawei, LG, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sony, Vivo, including Xiaomi are also sure to taste Android Q.

Launching The Verge , as for some smartphones include Asus Zenfone 5z, Essential PH-1, HMD Global Nokia 8.1, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, LG G8, OnePlus OP 6T, Oppo Reno, Realme 3 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ3, Tecno Spark 3 Pro, Vivo X27, Vivo NEX S, Vivo NEX A, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G, and Xiaomi Mi 9.

Android 10

Android 10 Features

There are a number of new features that are carried on Android 10, from Live Caption to Dark Theme.

Dark Theme attracts attention because it can change the appearance of the Android interface to dark. This feature can be accessed via one tap from the quick settings at the top by tapping the Dark Theme icon.

Navigation Gesture, the next feature, gets updates for back and multitasking buttons . When swiped up and dragged left or right, users can move to one application to another quickly. While the back button is now located in the middle of the screen left and right by wiping it when you want to access it.

Next, Project Mainline, this feature allows updates to be rolled out through updates on the Play Store, one of which is for security patches . Users will no longer need to wait for updates through system updates from the device vendor.

Android 10 also allows users to more freely protect privacy, for example restricting certain applications that can share their location. Notifications will appear when an application accesses the user's location in the background.

Live Caption allows videos on Android 10 devices to support subtitles. Google explained that this feature is presented for users who have hearing problems as well as for those who want to reduce the audio volume when in a crowded place.

The reason Google no longer chooses dessert

names The announcement of the official name of Android Q, which is Android 10, is outside of tradition, because the operating system of the "green robot" usually uses the "identity" of dessert, namely Cupcake (1.5) to Pie (9.0).

Google explains, this naming tradition changes based on feedback over the years. Dessert names that are usually used as passwords for every version of Android are not always understood by everyone in the global community.

Food names like Nougat, Eclair, Froyo, or Marshmallow may be popular in some countries. However, in other areas these two foods may not be known.

"For example, L and R are indistinguishable when spoken in several languages. So when some people hear us say Android Lollipop out loud, it's not intuitively clear that it refers to the version after KitKat," Google explained Google Blog .

"It's even harder for new Android users, who aren't familiar with naming conventions, to understand whether their phones are running the latest version. We also know that pies aren't desserts in some places, and that Marshmallow, though delicious, isn't a popular treat in many part of the world, "Google added.

As a global operating system, Google assesses that it is time for Android to use clear names and be used by everyone in the world.

Starting with Android 10, Google will only use release numbers without a food password, like the previous version.
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Information about the screen and specifications of the Google Pixel 4 leaks

Google Pixel 4 leaks

Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL Google are two of the most anticipated smartphones for 2019 and various information about them already circulating on the Internet . However, there were still certain details that remained in the shadows, piquing the curiosity of the market. But according to 9to5google, a “trusted source” has revealed very interesting features, including features like the 90hz display refresh rate.

The site reports that Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL will have 5.7 and 6.3 inches of OLED screen respectively - which is in line with previous leaks - so the smaller one will feature Full HD resolution. +, while the largest will be Quad HD +. These screens will come at a frequency of 90 Hz, the technology of which will be affectionately dubbed "Smooth Display" by the search giant. If the information is true, it means that the Pixel 4 and 4 XL will join devices like OnePlus 7 and Razer Phone 2 , which also have this refresh rate.

The Pixel line has been widely praised for the quality of the photos captured by its lenses and, apparently, they may end up getting even better, as the source would have said this year's electronics will come with two image sensors on the back. One will have 12 MP with autofocus and face detection, while the other will be a 16 MP telephoto lens. Another interesting detail is that Google would be developing an accessory with functions similar to a DSLR camera for the Pixel 4, which can be released together with the device.

Both Pixel 4 and its larger version will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and batteries of 2,800 mAh and 3,700 mAh respectively, together with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. As usual, they will still feature stereo speakers and the Titan M security module, which was introduced in Pixel 3 to deliver greater protection to user data.


Remember that while 9to5google said it was a reliable source that brought this information, nothing has been confirmed by Google, and we have to wait until October when the company's annual event will take place and, most likely, where the New smartphones.
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Android 10 to be released for Pixel smartphones on September 3

Android 10

Android 10 apparently already has a date to arrive on some smartphones: September 3. The information was revealed by two people working in Google's technical support area.

The first phones that will be able to download the new version of Android will be the Pixel phones, including the 3, 3XL, 3a, 3a XL and earlier versions. The PhoneArena folks say that even the first Pixel, released in 2016, will be able to download the new version of the operating system.

The revelation comes just days after Google announces that it will abandon candy nomenclatures . The company argues, for example, that not everyone understood the sweets and desserts used to nickname the operating system.

In some countries, for example, a pie was not necessarily a dessert, and marshmallows are not very popular in many parts of the world. So the new Android is simply called Android 10.

Among the main new features of Android 10 are so dark, more privacy control and improvements in post-processing photos.

Third-party smartphones should be getting Android 10 soon, but each brand has its own plans. The delay happens because Google-submitted software needs to be adapted as companies include unique features and modify the look of the system.
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Very soon! The new Android Q is about to hit smartphones



Google continues to develop Android Q on an accelerated and very regular basis. Officially presented at the last I / O conference, this new version has been through several trial versions.

It is known that the final version will only arrive after the 6th beta has been thoroughly tested to eliminate the final bugs. This step has happened now, with Android Q beta 6 coming out. Thus, the final version of this new operating system will appear in a few weeks.

Android Q is about to hit smartphones


This new version now released is part of Google's plans for Android Q developments. This sixth test version is intended to be the last to be released, paving the way for the final version.

Like previous versions, it is only available for devices that are part of Google's testing program. It is limited and already includes some models outside the sphere of Google. We have equipment from Xiaomi, OnePlus and even Asus.

For the version now released, Google does not have much news . These have been presented over the last few months, still under development and looking for flaws. As a final version, no background changes were expected.



Of course there are bug fixes and minor improvements. Google has revealed that there is a change in gesture navigation, which now includes the option to set the depth sensor. There are also changes in Android Studio, which now includes the final version of the API 29 SDK.
Google has new version of Android almost ready

According to the research giant's plans, this will be the final test and evaluation version. This means that in a few weeks we will see Android Q finalized.

At this point the name of this version will appear and the possibility of installation on Google devices. As for the other brands, only they know when they will have this version available.
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Xiaomi has released Android 10.0 Q for popular smartphones




Constantly increasing demand for mobile devices contributes to the fact that more and more manufacturers are engaged in their creation, investing money in software development. Particularly, Chinese brands have recently begun to actively do this, and today, on July 12, 2019, this was another new piece of evidence, since the Chinese corporation Xiaomi released Android 10.0 Q for popular smartphone models. Due to this, users can already try out the new OS, but only as part of the firmware MIUI 10, because the developers did not release it separately. However, there is nothing bad in this, since the additional software only expands the list of available options.

As one would expect, Xiaomi provided an opportunity to start using the new operating system to the owners of the flagship Mi 9, whose owners can already familiarize themselves with the new software and, after this, help the developers to finalize it. Now the new operating system in the face of Android 10.0 Q is only in the testing stage, so its work can experience various problems, up to and including large ones. That is why the Chinese corporation advises not to install a new OS on their phones to all those who need them to fulfill working obligations or other important tasks when any work problems are simply unacceptable.

The MIUI 10 firmware based on the new OS from Google brought with it support for a dark theme, native support for screen cutouts, an improved notification system, support for various face scanners, enhanced security, increased reliability of the protection system, improved stability, and increased overall performance. when performing quite simple basic tasks. So far, only users of Xiaomi Mi 9, that is, the flagship of 2019, can install Android 10.0 Q, however, in the next few weeks, the list of new smartphones compatible with the latest operating system will be added to it.



Among these will be the modules Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Xiaomi Mi 8, Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition, Xiaomi Mi 8 with a fingerprint scanner in the screen, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, Xiaomi Mi MIX 3, Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro. All of them will not just get Android 10.0 Q in the next few weeks, but also guaranteed to get the final stable version of the new operating system until the end of 2019. Thus, all owners of such models are lucky, because they will not remain without the latest software, which will allow them to remain relevant on the market for at least one more year, although, most likely, they feel much longer.

Earlier it was reported that the budget smartphone Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 set a shocking record .
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Android Q Beta 5 will have new navigation gestures


Android Q Beta 5 will have new navigation gestures

The side pull-down menu, the hamburger menu or whatever you call it is archaism in the Android 10 Q navigation gestures system. In the latest version of the mobile system, a swipe gesture appeared on both sides of the screen that allows you to go back. However, the problem is that it may conflict with many applications in which the sidebar is called with a swipe from the edge of the screen. Apparently, this trouble will be eliminated in the next beta version of Android Q. During the droidcon Berlin developer conference, Google announced that, starting with Android Q Beta 5, the side menu can be called as follows: touch and hold your finger for a couple of seconds at the edge screen and then pull to the side. Here is how it looks in practice:

Android Q Beta 5 will have new navigation gestures
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By the way, with the navigation gestures enabled in Android Q Beta 4, you can access the menu by swiping from the edge of the screen at an angle, but this action is so inconvenient and even awkward that it may seem to be an erroneous response rather than a deliberate decision of the user interface. Recently, many Android applications have completely abandoned the side menu in favor of the navigation buttons at the bottom of the screen. But this process is very slow, in some programs both options are used.

The current change concerns the entire system and does not require any intervention from the developers, so all its benefits will be felt immediately after the update. The release of Android Q Beta 5 is expected in the third quarter. It will be followed by another beta and final release.

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