according toOfficial blog postGoogle has already announced the name of Android Q. It is not the same as before, it is named after a sweet, and it is not named after any letter Q, but simply called it Android 10.
The company said it is changing the way its release is named to drive greater accessibility. The company wrote:
Many of the feedback we have heard over the years, our naming is not always understood by everyone in the global community.
Google said that the actual reason for changing the naming is not that Q is hard to find the actual dessert name, but that the dessert is not very inclusive. For example, the pie is not always a dessert, and the lollipop is difficult to pronounce in some areas. Marshmallow is not even a dessert in many places.
In other words, the names of some previous Android versions, although their names are interesting, do not resonate with all users, and the company believes that “it is time to make this change”.
Google said it will be officially released in a few weeks. In addition to changing the naming of the Android version, Android 10 has added new features, not just the content posted on Google I/O in May. It updates the logo of the mobile platform, which changes the text from green to black, so that it is easy to read, convert fonts, and use close-up robots, now a new green.
As you can see in the screenshot below, Bubbles is triggered by an active call, and a photo of the contact appears in a small circle. When you drag Bubbles, you can see two options at the bottom of the screen: Hide and End Call, as long as you drag the icon to any of the options will start the operation. Click on Bubbles and there will be several options, such as enabling speakers or muting calls.
Wi-Fi and QR Code
Android 10 has a new feature that allows you to create a QR code for your Wi-Fi network, or scan a QR code to join a Wi-Fi network directly into your device's Wi-Fi settings. To use this new feature, go to Wi-Fi settings and select your home network, then the Share button with a small QR code. This avoids the embarrassment of sharing passwords or asking others for passwords.
Undo app removal
With Android 10, after the app has been deleted for a few seconds, you can also undo the changes and find the “Undo” button at the bottom of the screen and the app will be restored.
Android 10, which has a dedicated privacy section in the settings app, opens it to show the app's requirements for calendar, location, camera, contacts, and microphones, making it even easier to discover and revoke specific apps. easily.
Selecting Alerting will allow the app to sound every new notification, while Silent will not make a sound or cause the phone to vibrate. You can further adjust the behavior of your notifications by going to Settings > Apps & notifications > Notifications. This change allows you to set it as long as you press and hold an option.