Android Q is the future version of Android … and XDA has just delivered some details about what to expect.
If all goes well, we discovered Android Q before the Google I / O conference, by May 2019, it is likely that Google keeps the same schedule as previous versions of Android.
XDA Developers, one of the famous American forums, has released some screenshots of the supposed Android Q.
As you know, Android 9 Pie has a dark mode, but it only applies to notifications and the launcher. XDA's screenshots suggest, as previously reported, that Android Q will extend dark mode to more interfaces, including the settings menu, and it will be possible to force that mode into some applications devoid of dark mode.
Google would also continue to enhance user privacy with new, stricter rules. For example, a new authorization would be required to run your application in the background. For now, Android Pie only offers activation or deactivation of sensitive permissions, such as your location or access to the microphone.
Finally, it also seems highly likely – according to XDA – that Google is working on its own external display mode similar to Samsung DeX. For the moment, it still seems far too early to be sure … but the community would be interested in a PC mode, USB Type-C displays and DisplayPort-compatible smartphones are very present on the market.
More and more rumors
Rumors around Android Q are going to be more and more numerous by the time of its official announcement, yesterday we were talking about how Android Q could be updated.