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As of press time, Google seems to be a little stop-and-go on launching the beta program for Android Q, but the webpages have been updated.
Last year, Android 9 Pie went into the beta cycle with 7 non-Google phones, the first time it's been done. So, what about Android Q?
If you're a longtime Android user, you may have to suffer one of the biggest design language shifts with Android 10 Q coming soon.
Even though it says "Google Pixel 4," we see a codename in this dataset that we've been tracking to the Pixel 3 Lite. What's up here?
A new commit suggests that the Google Pixel 4 will at least let users call and text from both phone numbers and, at most, do way more with data connections.
We still have no clue what dessert 'Q' might stand for, but Android 10 is shaping up to be a cracker of an upgrade and we have the latest developments.
If you're looking for a version number to track down what's going on with Android Q, we may have just gotten it. Also, will screen recording apps die?
A recent code breakdown reveals that the next version of Android, Android 10 Q, will likely add native facial recognition support.
Android Pie notifies users when they're using an app that was developed for Android Jelly Bean or an older version of the OS. But it won't cut them off.