[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n 2018 many models were released and the maximum number of them not yet received the Android Pie update, and we are already started talking about Android Q. According to the latest reports, recently a Google employee has almost confirmed the arrival of an extraordinary and most anticipated feature of Android Q.
Google Accidentally Confirmed This Awesome New Feature Of Android Q
We all know very well that in 2018 many models were released and the maximum number of them not yet received the Android Pie update, and we are already started talking about Android Q. According to the latest reports, recently a Google employee has almost confirmed the arrival of an extraordinary and most anticipated feature of Android Q.
Yes, the next version of Android, of course, I am talking about none other than Android Q will come with a built-in dark mode feature. It is probably a completely dark mode, which also gives the tech giant Googles system apps a different look.
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According to the well-known media platform, Android Police, Lukasz Zbylut who is the Google product manager has recently stated that “Dark mode is an approved Q feature […] The Q team wants to ensure that all preloaded apps support dark mode natively. In order to ship dark mode successfully, we need all UI elements to be ideally themed dark by May 2019.”
All system apps, such as Chrome and Gmail, will probably have an option to darken the colors of their layout. However, we all know that there are already different Google apps with such an option, such as YouTube, Messaging and the Phone app. But, the interesting thing is that the latest Android version, of course, Android Q will have an option to darken certain interface components of the system UI like the quick settings panel and the launcher.
However, right now, the page is protected by the tech giant Google which simply indicates that the company is actually working on a dark mode for Android Q. But, the fact is that in some Android devices of Samsung and OnePlus, a more extensive dark mode is already available.
Apart from all these things the fact is that a dark mode is a very useful and most used feature on Android devices, as it simply reduces the pressure of white color that affect our eyes in the evening and night. While as compare to the LCD displays, the well-know OLED screens ensure much less affect in our eyes and not only that even it also gives us much better battery life as well.
But, for now, it is still unclear when Android Q will be released by the tech giant Google. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.