It is now clear that the first Android Q-beta for developers will not be released on March 11, but we may not have to wait much longer. A screenshot of an internal Google calendar would show that the company wants to release the first developer preview of Android Q on Wednesday, March 13. The search giant has so far not released any information about the new version of the operating system, but the Issue Tracker for the beta already went live last week.
According to the Reddit user who published the image, Google plans to release the first Android Q-beta on Wednesday, March 13. The image seems to indicate a release via the OTA (wireless) function. That would mean users having to register, after which the update will reach the devices automatically. The source claims that he has received the image from a Google developer.
A Google developer recently announced during a podcast that more manufacturers and smartphones will participate in the beta program this year, although support for third-party devices may not be available from day one. The beta program was only launched on Google I / O in 2018 and it is likely that this will happen again. The first preview is said to be only available for recent Pixel devices.
According to various sources, Android Q would focus on improved privacy and control over permissions. The update would also introduce improved face recognition and an app update rollback.
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