After a couple of weeks in, Google has finally unveiled the next and the last beta update on all Pixel devices today. The Android Q Beta 6 is the final release candidate before search engine giant Google launches a full-on stable Android Q to all the Pixel devices and then, all other partnered devices.
Not much has changed with the final beta although Google has tweaked the system to optimize it further as well as fixed a few bugs here and there. It will look out for more bugs post the feedback and bug report that app developers and users will be sent after testing one of the most stable builds of Android Q released today. It will soon reach out to 16 of partnered devices since other OEMs have their own timeline for the release of beta and then, stable update with regards to Android Q.
Google has tweaked the gesture navigation to improve it further. The back gesture now requires 200dp vertical app exclusion limit so that it can exhibit back effect. This is to improve the performance of apps attuned with Android Q’s gesture navigation. This will also allow app developers who don’t want to execute back gesture on their apps or certain views of the apps such as a video player. The tech giant has also included a sensitivity adjustment bar for the back gesture with the latest build.
App developers can check out Android Q 10 on Pixel devices and emulators that will reach other partnered devices in coming weeks. Based on the response, Google could change a few things here and there and prepare for the official launch of Android Q whose name is still under wrap, sometime later this month according to its timeline.
As said, Pixel devices and Essential Phones will get the update right away while partnered devices will have to wait for a few weeks when their respective OEM release Android Q custom ROM based on their UI. Android Q will reach Android One devices and then it will reach out to other devices that are eligible for Android Q 10 based on their eligibility and priority.
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