Over the weekend, OnePlus announced the next and final developer preview of Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 series of handsets. It includes support for new OnePlus full-screen gestures.
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Android has revamped its logo and mascot in its latest effort to make the brand more inclusive. The firm also said it will be dropping the dessert codenames for releases, starting with Android 10.
Google today released Android Q Beta 6, the final build before a public release, which should be coming soon. There are no meaningful changes in this build of the operating system.
Nokia has announced the availability of Android Q Beta 5 for the Nokia 8.1. It includes a new shortcut to invoke Google Assistant and includes all the latest Android security patches from July.
An update to Chrome Canary on Android has introduced a flag that enables users to set website specific timers. The feature ties in with the Digital Wellbeing Dashboard and is exclusive to Android Q.
Today is World Emoji Day, and as you might expect, companies are celebrating it by announcing emoji additions for users to express themselves better, catching up with Unicode's latest standard.
Google today released the fifth developer beta of Android Q, its first release candidate. After this, there will be one more developer beta prior to the public release later on this quarter.
A new Developer Preview has been released for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. Developer Preview 2 isn't without its issues, but it will get users a step closer to a finalized version of Android Q.
Huawei promised today that its handsets will continue to receive Android updates and security patch despite U.S. restrictions. It also confirmed that 17 phones are expected to be updated to Android Q.
Today, Google released the fourth public beta for the next feature update to Android, currently called Android Q. It includes final APIs, and developers can now target it with apps in the Play Store.
After U.S. companies were banned from doing business with Huawei and Google suspended the company's Android license, the Mate 20 Pro today reappeared on the Android Q beta program website.
Google today at its IO conference showed off new features that will debut with the next major version of Android. They include native foldable device support, dark mode, more privacy controls, more.
Android Q has been in beta testing exclusively for Pixel users so far, but today Google announced that the program is expanding to a total of 21 phones, adding 12 OEMs to Google's own devices.
It's been a few years since Apple added pressure-sensing technology to its iPhone displays with 3D Touch, but now Google is following its lead with support for "deep presses" in Android Q.
Google today released the second beta for the next major update to Android, currently called Android Q. It contains a number of new features, such as Bubbles, and there's a foldable device emulator.
Google today announced the first Android Q beta, and it will be available for all Pixel phones. You can sign up to receive it via the Android Beta Program, or you can always flash the image.
The bug tracker program for the next iteration of Android may have just opened with a March 11 date filter for bug searches, suggesting that the Android Q beta could kick off later today.
A leaked build of the next major feature update to Android, Android Q, has shown a number of changes to the OS, including that Google might be planning on removing the dedicated back button.
A recently leaked build of Android Q has been found to contain strings suggesting that the next version of Google's mobile OS may introduce support for a more secure Face ID-like technology.
New commits in Android Open Source Project suggest that Android Q could provide network carriers a new tool for locking down your smartphone to a specific network through your SIM card.
According to a new report, the next major version of Android will have a system-wide dark theme, a possible desktop mode, a permissions revamp, new accessibility options, and more.
According to a post in the Chromium bug tracker, Android Q may be getting a system-wide dark mode. Google has been adding dark mode to a lot of its apps and with Android Q the theme may be built in.
According to a commit made to the Android Open Source Project, the next major release of the mobile operating system will warn users when launching apps targetting Android 5.x Lollipop or earlier.