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Google breaks 10-year-old tradition, Android Q officially renamed

All the operating systems launched before Android Q have been named after some Desert. This time Android Q is not named after any dessert.
New Delhi, Tech Desk. Google has released the official name of Android Q, breaking a decade-long tradition.

Google breaks 10-year-old tradition, Android Q officially renamed lifehackes

All the operating systems launched before Android Q have been named after some Desert. This time, Google has named it Android 10, not naming Android Q on a dessert.

The new name has been revealed in a video released from the official YouTube channel of Android.

Google introduced Android Q at the Google I / O held this year. This latest operating system can see many upgrades compared to the operating system launched last year.

It has features equipped with many artificial intelligence including system wide dark mode. Android 10 will officially start rolling out for smartphones by the end of this year.

The new operating system can first be rolled out for the Google Pixel 4 Series. After this this operating system will be rolled out for devices based on Android One platform.

Earlier, it was speculated that Android Q could be officially named as Quince Jelly. Just like Apple’s device in Android 10, the gesture bar is given below.

Swipe up and hold in it, you can go to the recently used app. For this, you have to scroll left or right.

To switch to an app, you have to swipe left or right. Google has added a smart reply feature to call pick and disconnect for Android devices.

feature will be able to reply to any message in your place. Google has named this feature Live Relay.

This live caption will be helpful for those who cannot speak and cannot communicate.

This feature will identify the notifications that are more important, using machine learning, and will also ignore the messages which are not necessary.

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