Details have emerged around the first build of Android Q via a leak, with some hints towards future features and functionality.
The leak was produced by the people over at XDA Developers who managed to get a developer build running on a Google Pixel 3 XL.
The leaks show a system-wide dark-mode that tints apps a darker colour which joins a number of pre-existing Google apps that have already adopted the scheme.
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The build also hints towards a Desktop version of Android, which could allow users to dock their device and turn it into a functioning desktop – functionality that has been missing from Android for a while.
A revamp on privacy is also suggested which should allow users to customise the permissions on their device to a greater extent, locking off areas of their phones or turning off locations for specific apps.
There are a bunch more developer options that don’t yet have functionality, but do exist – we’re excited to see a full reveal of Android Q around the spring.