Android Q was an ad ad last week: on May 7, Google I / O 2019, and since then it seems to have opened a bottleneck and seen many leaks related to Google OS.
I already knew about the topic and the dark backgrounds and new ways to manage permissions. There is also talk of local face unlocking. Now 9to5Google has been able to get the Android Q prototype, dig through the APK and showcase its results.
By decompiling some code lines, the boys learned what's new. Everything was emulated on the desktop and the first screenshots were created. We learn that Android Q will be a more secure face recognition than just focusing on a trusted face photo. This is a 3D face scan this time in the iPhone X style. Gender sensors are now supported.
Android Q will also produce video capture, similar to third-party solutions. The source also writes that the version is really Android 10.0, and we get crashes / SOS when we hold the Power, again in the iPhone style. We can also choose which sensor data to retrieve and what we do not have more news in the Privacy area.
We will also go on statements and we will be able to organize them in new ways and we will be able to "silent display". Android Q also provides WiFi WPA3 support and includes system indicators for 5G and even 5G + connections. It seems to be a bit higher than at Pie's first sight.