The guys from XDA Developers shared screenshots and new features of Android Q, which “fell into their hands.” Google has not yet published this version of the mobile OS, it will only be opened in the spring for testing.
And what awaits us?
First, in Android Q there will be a full dark theme for all menus, settings, and even for those applications in which it is not provided.
Secondly, the developers are making a desktop mode for the OS, so that you can display the contents of the screen on additional displays. It has not yet been implemented, but the guys from XDA Developers have found somewhere mentioning the Force desktop mode option.
Thirdly, in Android Q there will be quick access to viewing and setting permissions for applications. So it will be immediately obvious who is following the geo, who is “reading” SMS, and who is “grazing” in calls.
And yet: the ability to lock all sensors, new screen lock settings, the function of recording content on the screen, the choice of graphics drivers for games and custom sizes of application windows when they are simultaneously launched.