Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Android 10 starts rolling out to all Pixel phones: Know the features

Android 10 released

Android 10, the next emphasis of Google's mobile OS, is at last here.

The platform denotes a noteworthy redesign over Android 9 Pie and gloats of a lot of abilities, including a system-wide dark mode, live subtitling, and a smart Focus mode.

Here's about the Android 10 and the best approach to install it.

Android 10 starts rolling out to all Pixel phones: Know the features

Initial take-off just for Pixels

Android 10's initial take-off started on September 3, not long after the official site for the platform went live.

In any case, it's significant that in the primary stage, the OS is being taken off exclusively for Google's Pixel family, which incorporates the first Pixel/XL, Pixel 2/2 XL, Pixel 3/3 XL, and the most up to date Pixel 3a/3a XL.

Different models may likewise stick to this same pattern soon.

Google has just said it is "working with various accomplices to launch or redesign devices to Android 10 this year."

Neither Google nor OEMs have confirmed the release course of events yet considering the phones that were a piece of Android Q beta program, it expects Nokia, Huawei, OnePlus, and OPPO to be issuing Android 10 updates in coming weeks/months.

Here’s how to install Android 10

in the event that you possess a Pixel phone, an over-the-air update with an option to download and install Android 10 should appear on your phone whenever.

In any case, on the off chance that that hasn't shown up, you can check for the release physically by heading over Settings > System > Advanced > System Update.


Let’s know about key features of Android 10 OS

Android 10 is certifiably not a major visual update over Pie yet you're getting a dark mode and full-screen gestures, like that of the iOS.

The platform is likewise carrying a Focus Mode to direct you away from diverting apps just as Live Captions to show captions for any dynamic video.

Furthermore, security settings have additionally been patched up to stop apps' persistent location tracking.

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