Details Published: 30.01.2019 13:30 Author: Roman Super Hits: 3 Google scheduled its developers conference on may 7-9 this year. CEO search engine from Mountain View Sunder Pichai confirmed that the conference I/O in his post on Twitter. In anticipation of the launch has already appeared speculation and leaks about the new Google Android operating system, Q – thanks to the Internet. Leaks tell us that Android Q will get a new dark mode at the system level that is the most desired request from any hardcore Android user in history.
And now, a new report from 9to5Google has shed some light on the latest Google Android. According to the report, the code of the UI system on Android Q implies that Google seem to be working on its own hardware support for face recognition, which seems to use the Face authentication Apple ID. (Google already has Trusted Face for face recognition, which is not so secure and can be easily deceived). While Apple Face ID uses an infrared camera, point a projector and a spotlight, Android Q, on the other hand, is going to include support for flagship Android manufacturers make these sensors were initially set in their future smartphones.
Simply put, the future manufacturers of Android devices should not implement their own software for face recognition (e.g., Oneplus, Huawei and Samsung), but instead may rely exclusively on the Android operating system Q. This is similar to the fact that manufacturers make Android with biometric fingerprint sensors currently.
In addition, code Android Q also hints us on new record screen at the system level. The report stated that similar to that offered by some third-party applications to record the screen in the Play Store, support record your own screen in the upcoming software Android Q also does the same thing. Users can capture, record, save and share clips, respectively.
These new features definitely seem attractive in the first place useful. We can expect that these functions will be presented at the developers conference Google (I / O), which will be held may 7-9 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in mountain view. Stay tuned to learn more about these updates!