Wednesday, 8 May 2019

What will Google call new Android 10 Q mobile operating system?

Android Q operating system

Google is prepared to feature Android Q at its yearly I/O event, the web is swirling with the name of the up and coming portable programming.

And keeping in mind that "Pie" was simple, there aren't plenty of attractive sweets that begin with the letter Q.

What will be the name of the new Android 10 Q mobile operating system?

The likely names for Android Q

Given Google's naming shows for Android, there aren't such a large number of straightforward answers for Q.

As posted by the Verge, a portion of the potential names for Android 10 Q are Qurabiya, Quindim, Queen of Puddings, Qottab, Quesito, Queijadinha, Quirks, and Quince.

What's more, notwithstanding these less recognizable treats, Google may likewise attempt some food names like Quinoa, Quail, Quesadilla, or even Quiche.

While there are a couple of treats or food items that do begin with Q, the vast majority of them are not regular names.

Thus, given these prior recommended names need worldwide recognition, Google should seriously mull over surrendering its naming custom for a progressively relatable and attractive name.

Perhaps, Google could utilize simply normal numbers or city names or nations.


When Google will reveal the name

Google is good to go to grandstand it's next mobile OS, the Android Q, at its I/O 2019 engineers event in California, planned at 10:00 am PDT (10:30 pm in India) where it can hope that Google should reveal the name.

In the meantime, here are a few features of Android Q

As of recently, Google has discharged two beta versions of Android Q which bring better security and authorizations controls, improved sharing easy routes, support for foldable devices, and a few changes to notifications panel.

Eminently, different updates will likewise incorporate help for a Face ID-like facial recognition system, reverse application updates, an implicit screen recorder, improved navigation gestures, a framework wide dark mode, and a PC mode.

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