Android 10 Q on Treble smartphones, new gesture navigation and leak on Redmi 2 Pro – Tech'spresso



You did not have time to follow the news yesterday? Here's what marked Thursday, April 4, 2019: new features on the beta of Android 10 Q, the ability to install the latest beta on compatible Treble smartphones and news of the Redmi 2 Pro. Do not miss out on any news, consider signing up for the FrAndroid newsletter.
Android 10 Q: all native Treble smartphones can install this version
With the beta 2 of Android Q, Google has deployed a generic system image (GSI) that can be installed on any smartphone launched with Treble compatibility. What allow developers to try their applications very early and more adventurous to try this version.
Android 10 Q: Gesture navigation is inspired by iPhone X and Xs
In its beta 2, Android 10 Q brings a navigation of gestures very inspired by that which exists on the iPhone X and Xs. We can indeed swipe to the left or right to go directly from one application to another, without going through the multitasking view.
Redmi Pro 2: Snapdragon 855, three sensors and pop-up camera in rumor
Redmi promised us a smartphone with Snapdragon 855. It would be the Redmi Pro 2 according to the latest rumors, which would also benefit from a pop-up camera at the front and a triple sensor at the back.
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