We can see that privacy will be a major focus in Android Q. Google now treats your location as a special permission that has additional controls for app access.
Android Q also introduces Settings Panels, a new API that allows apps to show system settings to users inside of an application. Google says that apps can either use their own sandbox to store data or in "common collections". The fourth version of the beta, which will feature final APIs, the official SDK and app publishing libraries for the Play Store, is set for the turn of June. Called "SimBad" because most of the infected apps are simulator games, the worldwide campaign makes phone usage unbearable for users by displaying countless ads outside of the app, with no visible way to uninstall the incriminating apps. There will be more information available on the scenario in the future beta builds of the firmware. However, the Android Q first preview can be received over-the-air. To make matters worse, the malicious apps hide their icons to prevent them from being uninstalled and SimBad can also generate pages for multiple platforms and open them in a browser to perform spear-phishing attacks on users.
Developers will be able to publish targets in the Sharing Shortcuts interface in advance, which allows them to load instantly when launched by a user. For example, Google Chrome's display panel might have connectivity settings like Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi and data. The OS version also supports foldable screens.
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Other changes in Android Q relate to new form-factors. The status bar and navigation bar seem unchanged, but you have a lot more room to work with now.
Dynamic Depth format for photos. Furthermore, it will also be used in instances of 3D images and support for AR photography.
Android Q lets developers manage how their app is displayed on foldable and large screens. This aids in providing high-quality video content and reduced bandwidth. As we've discovered in the past, initial builds of new Android versions can have various issues, so we recommend not flashing this software onto your daily driver.