Android Q could bring facial recognition support, screen recording, new notifications management, and more

Android Q could bring facial recognition support, screen recording, new notifications management, and more

The Google’s I/O 2019 developer conference will be held on May 7 this year. At the event, Google might announce the latest Android Q version alongside a host of other new features.

A new leak has hinted at some upcoming features in Android Q version like it may bring native support to facial recognition feature and system-wide screen recording tool as that present in iOS.

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Though few smartphones like Huawei Mate 20 Pro managed to provide facial-recognition on their smartphone by heavily customising the Android to support, now the latest Android update may implement a facial recognition feature which means irrespective of the device Android users will get facial unlock system. A host of handset makers currently offer facial recognition, but it isn’t provided natively by Google. Android Q could change this forever. Another feature expected is the system-wide screen recording feature will let users record the activity of their screen, similar to what iPhones can do.

Besides this, the updated version of Android will also get a new emergency shortcut, WPA3 security standard update and an improved version of notification management mechanism. XDA developers leaked these insights into the upcoming Android Q. The leaks give us an unearthed detailed information of the Android’s next update.

It also revealed that the Android Q would to bring a new feature called ‘sensors off’ where in users will be able to turn off accelerometer, gyroscope similar to what Airplane mode tool does. The screen lock will supposedly get two new options, the Smartlock will enable the device to remain awake for some time but won’t allow you to unlock the device, once you have locked it while the other feature will lock the smartphone when the last device is no longer trusted.

 

Source:- timesnownews

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