It was all started 10 years ago when Android‘s first version(v1.0) leans down inside the mobile phones. That was when it’s unnamed. By the time it got its first name after a year when Android version 1.1 launched named as a Petite Four(a French word meaning small oven). Last year we got an Android version as Android P released on 6 August 2018. Moreover, now comes an echo of another update from Android named as Android Q(v10). Now, this Android version hasn’t got its name from the makers yet. Also, nobody knows what Q stands for.
Google is cooking something new this time which will be a present to all the Android users around the globe for this new year. Google will announce all the major updates with the time being though we’ve come up with some of the upgrades that Android has done with the upcoming Android Q(v10).
Why are Android version are always named after the sweat items?
Android was made and owned by Andy Rubin, the protagonist of the Android who builds it. Earlier he used to work for Apple and there he got an alias as Android because he loved robots a lot. So in the year 2009, he builds a system which is now known as Android. Also, since he loved sweats a lot, this is why all the Android version are named with sweat items.
Have you noticed that all the Android version are in alphabetical order?
What is Android Q?
Android Q is the latest version of Android. It’s going to break through all its previous updates. The Google is more focused on building a more sophisticated messaging system using RCS technology. Android version Q(v10) allows users to switch to any other messaging apps if you’re not comfortable with the Android’s pre-installed messaging app.
Still, there’s a lot more way to go for the Android RCS APIs to get on the Android phones.
Also, Android Q is bringing in a split screen feature that will let you work on a large screen device simultaneously. Although this feature has already been introduced in the previously launched version of Android Noughat 7.0. However, the split screen doesn’t offer the two apps to run simultaneously. Meaning you cannot run the two apps at the same time. When you are active on one of the two screens, then another one will get paused automatically while this been has upgraded in the upcoming Android version Q(v10).
The new multi-screen feature will let users run more than one application at the same time without pausing other applications. This feature will divide the larger screens into smaller segments and let you work on more than one application. This will be great news for the multi-task managers.
When is the Android Q launching?
The Android Q is launching on the coming March of 2019.
The launch of the latest Android Q sincerely led to the arrival of Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. These smartphones will come with the latest Android Q updates as well as the other upcoming smartphones. However, we’re far more away with the Android updates as devs will get this Android version before the launch of the Android version Q.
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However, you can get this update to your mobile phone manually just after the release of the Android version Q. However, only a few devices will support this update. Especially the Flagship devices can upgrade to the latest Android version Q. Sadly other device owners have to wait for this upgrade to arrive at their device.