Android Q features includes Advanced facial recognition, WPA3 and much more


Some days ago, folks over at XDA developers have put the leaked Android Q builds under the knife. It literally revealed the system-wide Dark UI Mode which is going to debut with the Android Q. Now, a whole new fresh feature of the next Android version is out.

Android Q System
Android Q System UI Demo Mode (10:10)!

Android Q Features (expected)

This time around, experts over at 9to5Google are the discoverer of the features that could be the highlights of the Android Q. They’ve decompiled the latest version of the Android Q SystemUI that Google uploaded to the Play Store. Interestingly, they’re able to unearth certain codes which hint at new features – Advanced facial recognition, WPA3 support and native screen recorder to name some. Literally indicating that Google is working on these features for Android Q.

The Android Q SystemUI also has certain mentions of 5G, Sensor Privacy Settings and Emergency Settings Shortcut on power menu. It seems Google is in a bid to feature pack the stock Android with those features which are already seen on other OEMs custom Android softwares.

Android Q Emergency Shortcut

Also Read: Android Q might arrive with a system-wide dark mode

That said, it’s good to not to keep the hope high as Google may or may not ever ship the Android Q with these features. Nonetheless, its good to see Google trying to add these features to the Android. If not on Android Q, we’d see these features on future Android releases though. If interested, you may go through the complete teardown analysis from the source link.

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