1.Face recognition

The “Stock” Android system has been supporting face recognition for quite some time but because of its lack of adequate security most companies have moved to develop their own versions of the technology. System settings in the new beta version of Android Q have shown that there is a significant development in this technique by Google. Unfortunately, so far, its level of efficiency can not be determined, but the ability to rely on the completion of sign-ups and electronic payments confirms that it has reached a high level of sophistication.

2.Change the location of the screen lock

As a user of the Android system, we all count as the screen lock mark at the bottom and pull it up to open the screen lock, but Google changed its place to the top of the screen just like Apple did when it relied on Face ID as a basic way to skip screen lock, which Google might soon use.

3.New gestures

The navigation method in the system will change to the basic way as follows: Returning to the home page will be by dragging up from the bottom of the screen. Go back will be through the clouds from either side of the screen. Users will be able to navigate applications through drag-and-drop compression similar to what Apple has been offering since the iOS 11 update.

We talked a lot about changing how you control successive versions of Android Q beta. In the beginning it was based on the circle at the bottom of the screen and a button to go back instead of the navigation bar, then Google provided a navigation bar similar to what Apple offers and now Google is making some changes to this tape.

4.New colors for the system

Since the release of the first Android versions, Google has relied on providing one color to be the main color of the system, which is often white or recently blue in the latest versions of the system. In the fourth trial version of the updated Android Q Google to make available a range of colors leaving the option to users. The new colors are cinnamon color, ocean color, color space and the color of the arcade.

5.Drag in any direction to clear the alerts

In the first beta, Google sought to set a specific drag trend to delete alerts. It developed with the second trial where Google provided the option for users to specify the drag direction to be the other direction to show several options related to application settings and notification control. All of these changes went as if they were not with the new version where Google restarted the same as it was in Android Pie to be available in any direction drag on the options appear when dragging and stopping in the middle.

6.Move the Bubbles property to Notifications

Google introduced Bubbles to allow applications to run on the screen as in the Facebook app for Messenger. The new property did not show anything new in Google Apps or other applications since its launch, but in the last update, Google moved its settings from developer options to notification settings without any indication of what the change might offer.

7.Show the payment methods via the power button

Google has changed the concept of pressure on the energy grid years ago when it provided several other options when pressing the button as an emergency situation, for example. According to the developers of the site 9to5Google, when examining some features of this version have found that Google is adding a new feature will appear credit cards, tickets and some emergency options in the form of cards can be browsed as shown in the picture below.

This feature is not available to anyone who is working on the fourth trial version but must be activated by specific ADB commands

8.Add the Adaptive Notifications property

Google has also used artificial intelligence to regulate battery performance and power consumption decided to rely on it again but in managing notifications. Dependence on artificial intelligence will be done in two parts, first in prioritizing the appearance of notifications and the way they are displayed and second in suggesting responses or next steps to obtain them.

So far, Google has not yet decided when to launch the final version of the system, but according to leaks currently available, it is expected to be available during the month of July next.

What do you think about the features of the fourth Android Q update beta?

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