Did you ever use Android 10? Or still not? If you are member of Google Pixel Device then you must know about Android 10 (Q) for Google Pixel Devices.
About Android 10
Android 10! This is the tenth major release and the 17th version of the Android mobile operating system. Android 10 has been officially released. But that doesn’t mean it is available for all phones. It is only available only for supported Google Pixel devices officially on September 3, 2019.
Each OEM must develop their own version of the update for each phone and work with carriers to release it, which can take months. Do not get tensed if your device doesn’t get Android 10 update until 2020.
Release dates for Android 10
- March 13: The first Android 10 developer beta was launched.
- April 3: Android 10 beta 2 gave us bugs, fixes and app bubbles.
- May 7: Android 10 beta 3 was launched at Google IO 2019.
- Early June: The final incremental update, beta 4, landed in June.
- July: Beta 5, and Beta 6 released candidates, landed this month.
- September 3: The public version was released. Not for all the phones but only some of the Google Pixel phones.
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List of phones that have Android 10 (Q)
- Google Pixel 3
- Pixel 3 XL
- Google Pixel 3a
- Pixel 3a XL
- Google Pixel 2
- Pixel 2 XL
- Google Pixel
- Pixel XL
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Android 10, introduced a revamped full-screen gesture system. Gesture such as swiping from either side edge of the display to go back, swiping up to go to the home screen, swiping up and holding to access overview of all the running applications, swiping diagonally from a bottom corner of the screen to activate the Google Assistant, and swiping along the gesture bar at the bottom of the screen to switch apps. Android 10 (Q) for Google Pixel.
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A feature is known as “Bubbles” can be used to present content from supported apps in pop-up overlays. Apps can spawn bubbles via notification.
Bubbles are designed to replace the existing overlay permission, which is being deprecated due to security and performance concerns. Android 10 also includes a system-level dark theme.
Third-party apps can automatically engage a dark theme when this mode s activated on your Android 10 device.