Android Q Enters Beta with New Privacy and Security Features, AV1 Codec Support
Google has released the first beta version of its upcoming Android 10 or Android Q mobile operating system series to give the community an early look at the upcoming features and improvements.
With a strong focus on security and privacy, Android Q promises support for all the latest mobile technologies, including 5G, foldable screens, and edge to edge displays. It also brings faster app startup, new video and audio codecs, Vulkan 1.1 support for gaming, new APIs for connectivity, and enhancements for foldables.
“As the mobile ecosystem evolves, Android is focused on helping users take advantage of the latest innovations, while making sure users’ security and privacy are always a top priority,” said Dave Burke, VP of Engineering at Google. “Android Q brings a number of additional privacy and security features for users.”
Here’s what’s new in Android Q