People are anxiously waiting for Android Q and keeping in view this, Android Q beta is about to launch. Google has just opened up the bug tracker for Android Q beta which is going to be launch today, according to data filer.
Mishaal Rahman, an XDA-Developer has spotted it. According to the report, Android Q beta will be available to testers. Go to the goo.gl link in the description for bugs that people have already reported.
The wait for Android Q Beta is Over
According to reports more phones than ever will be getting the Android Q beta later this year. Big players like Samsung, Huawei, LG, and Motorola, Xiaomi and of course Pixel device will be getting it.
According to some rumours, Android Q will come with facial recognition feature just like Apple’s Face ID. The leaked code of Google’s upcoming 17th operating system, Android Q, hints that it will support facial recognition. Android Q system will be used to sign into your phone and sign in to apps. It will be the same as Apple’s Face ID technology which was introduced in 2017.
So its a question whether all the device makers will have to add the capability of Face ID in order to make Android Q successful. Well right now get the Android Q Beta update and see if it is worth it.