Android 10 release date
Google has at last revealed the release date of its cutting edge mobile operating system – the Android 10.
The platform has for quite some time been in progress, however, just as of late, two support delegates from the company confirmed that it will officially make a big appearance on September 3, 2019.
Here’s everything you have to think about it.
Android 10 going ahead September 3 for Pixel Phones
The agents who talked with PhoneArena confirmed the release date as September 3.
They also confirmed the availability of the update for Pixel 3a, which appears to demonstrate that the hotly anticipated update will initially make a big appearance on the Pixel family – the first Pixel/XL, Pixel 2/2 XL, Pixel 3/3 XL, and the freshest Pixel 3a/3a XL.
In spite of the fact that the course of events of Android 10 release for different devices stays hazy, probably some OEMs may drive the update sooner than others.
In particular, this could be valid for phones that were a piece of the Android Q beta program, for example, ASUS ZenFone 5Z, Essential Phone PH-1, Huawei P30 Pro, LG G8 ThinQ, Nokia 8.1, OnePlus 7 series, OPPO Reno, Realme 3 Pro.
Other smartphones that are incorporated into the Android Q beta program and prone to get the last update are Sony XPERIA XZ3, Tecno Spark 3 Pro, Vivo X27, Nex S, Nex A, Xiaomi Mi 9, and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G.
Android 10 will bring some intriguing highlights on offer
It’s additionally significant that phones receiving Android 10 will be refreshed with a staggering arrangement of highlights.
This incorporates a system-wide dull mode, Face ID-like facial unlock framework, live captions improved privacy controls and app permission settings, turn around application updates, worked in screen recorder, desktop mode, and iPhone-like swipe-based gestures for a full-screen experience.
Android 10 will not know as Android Q
Google had this astonishing convention of naming each new Android form after a sweet or delicious treat in alphabetical order.
The training began from Android 1.5 Cupcake and Android 1.6 Donut and proceeded with right till Android 9 Pie. Be that as it may, the company has discarded the sweet based naming convention, saying Android Q would basically be called Android 10.
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