Android Q
Google Announces Android Q’s Full Name is Android 10, and That’s Supremely Boring

Pretty much since its third iteration, the different versions of Android have been named after some sort of sweet treat. Oreos, Pie, Jelly Beans, Honeycomb, and so on. But Android Q posed a problem, because there aren't many desserts that start with Q. But instead of picking some obscure sweet thing we may not have here, it's done the boring thing instead. Read More >>

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OnePlus Promises Android Q Will Come to the 6, 6T, 5, & 5T

One of the things people generally love about OnePlus is the software. OxygenOS has more than stock Android, but unlike other companies OnePlus has managed to keep it pretty damn close to what you'd find on a Pixel device. In other words it's not like the unholy mess that is Huawei's EMUI. OnePlus has also been quite good at updating users to the latest version of Android, with the age-old OnePlus 3 and 3T recently getting the upgrade to Android Pie. Read More >>

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Google Announced the Android Q Beta Will be Available on Loads of New Phones

Google rolled out the Android Q beta on its Pixel handsets back in March and touched on some of the new features users can expect to see during Google I/O yesterday. If you've been itching to try it on your non-Google handset, you could be in luck. Read More >>

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Here’s What Android Q’s New Dark Theme Looks Like

There are two kinds of people in the world: people who want dark mode everything, and people who for some reason don’t care about being blinded by apps with white backgrounds at night. As you’ve probably guessed, I fall into the first camp, which is why I was curious to check out the official Dark Theme in Android Q. So here’s a quick preview. Read More >>

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You Can Get Android Q Now if You Have a Google Pixel

Pixel users, get ready to engage Smug Mode: you get to try Android Q before anyone else. Read More >>

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We Have Our First Info About Android Q, the Foldable Phone OS

Foldable phones are well and truly happening, and Google has given us even more to be excited about with some hints about how the as-yet-unnamed Android Q will behave on the new category of device. Read More >>