Google launched Android 10 with the dark mode and enhanced privacy controls

Google officially introduced the next-generation – Android 10 – mobile operating system. The company is planning to roll out Android 10 update on to its Pixel smartphones. This includes Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3a XL. In addition, it will be available on their smartphones by various other smartphone manufacturers later this year. Google explained in a blog post that Android 10 would not only power advanced smartphones but also support foldable smartphones devices such as 5G smartphones and Samsung Galaxy Fold. It includes LG V50 5G ThinQ, Xiaomi Mi Mix 5G, OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, among others. In addition, “Android 10 will give the user greater protection, control over data, and transparency”.

The company also build new tools that have several abilities, and aid to find the right balance with the technology. Android 10 is also loaded with features that are designed to help users to keep their data safe. In addition, in order to increase the ease of handling android smartphones. The company is planning to offer one of the biggest and latest features of Android 10 is dark mode. This can either be enabled for specific applications such as Calendar and Google Photos or can be applied on a system-wide basis. Apart from dark mode, Android 10 will has new gesture navigation which is designed to increase fluidity between tasks.

The mobile operating system, which was formerly known as Android Q till Google officially declared that it was leaving dessert names for the good and it comes with a bunch of privacy structures that are expected at offer users more control over the data. Users have the option to choose and to share their location data with the applications only while they are utilizing that specific application. This feature which is already offered in iOS 12., the users will get reminders when this application that they not using actively accesses their location. Thus they can decide whether they want to continue to share their site or not.