At its IO developer conference in California this week, Google has wrapped of the next version of Android 10 Q and have introduced new features, privacy modes, AI and gestures. Although, the Android Q doesn’t have a full name yet, but it was regarded a shift change in Google developments – most especially on how things should work on smartphones.
Where Can I Get Android Q?
With just the release of third beta of Android Q, individuals with a Google Pixel Phone can now download it – but it is still a work in progress; Some of its processes are incomplete and not working effectively- be warned.
The Full Launch of Android Q
Nevertheless, Google which has been working with varieties of manufactures like OnePlus, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi and Nokia revealed that it is predicting a final release of Android 10 Q in August 2019. Once it is fully launched, people with pixel smartphones will then be able to do an upgrade while others might have to wait for their respective manufacturers to make the upgrade available.
How Much Will It Cost?
Certainly, it will be a free update, and if asked to pay – it’s likely a scam – Beware.