We have hardly been using Android Pie since last three months and now it’s time to move on to Android Q. According to a recent leak which has surfaced shows the much-awaited system-wide dark mode. It also appears that with the new permission structure and interface it will give you more control over app-related privacy.
According to XDA Developers, the Android Q comes with a lot of enhancements over Pie in terms of privacy which is far better than what we have known since 2018. Now it will include a new permission feature called the “only while the app is in use”. You will now get more detailed reporting on the resource usage of individual apps along with how a particular app uses your data, and a summary of how often given permissions are invoked.
There is a lot of talks related to Dark Mode these days, especially when it comes to mobile devices. The advantage of Dark Mode is that it consumes less power. Google, in fact, had implemented the Dark Mode in Pie but it takes a lot of working to get the Dark Mode to work consistently across every app running on your smartphone. It seems that this will be taken care of in Android Q.
The video below will help you understand this in further details as it shows the comparison between Pie and Q running on the Pixel 3.
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