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Google I/O: New Android Q features that you should be looking forward to

Android Q will include features like Dark Mode, dedicated Privacy section and Focus mode and more.

Suhail Sattar Suhail Sattar
New Delhi Updated on: May 08, 2019 13:28 IST
Google I/O: New Android Q features that you should be looking forward to
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Google I/O: New Android Q features that you should be looking forward to

Google announced new features for its upcoming Android Q operating system that will focus on privacy and Digital Wellbeing. The Android Q will include features like Dark Mode, dedicated Privacy section and Focus mode that aids in disabling apps by which users get distracted.

With the technology trends shifting to foldable smartphones, the Android Q will support different screen dimension UI and will also come with a voice-based feature, like Live Caption.

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Dark Theme support

Android Q will come with Dark Theme support that has been the most awaited feature for Android that can be enabled via the Quick Settings menu or by switching on the battery saver on. This theme is easy on the eyes and also saves the battery life.

Foldable display support

With Android Q, Google has included support for features like multitasking on foldable phones, app continuity and more. It has been designed to adapt to different screen size for foldable displays. Companies like Samsung and Huawei have already unveiled their foldable phones, while Xiaomi and Motorola too will be launching their prospective products soon.

Focus Mode

Android Q comes with Focus mode that is built on Digital Wellbeing, that lets users temporarily disable apps that distract, like silencing email app, news and more.

Focus and Privacy

Android Q will also get more focus on privacy with over 50 features that offer users quick access to privacy settings.

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