Google has already released two beta versions of Android Q, but not all new features are available for review. One of them is to simplify and speed up the use of smartphones by adding a new method of interaction. Interestingly, a similar function was implemented by Apple back in 2015.
It's about 3D Touch. Introduced for the first time in the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, this feature allows you to tap the screen hard to get quick access to some information. It also allows you to preview content without opening it directly. In the Android Q developer documentation in the "MotionEvent" section dedicated to management, there was a mention of the so-called "deep press" when the user intentionally presses the touch screen harder. As they say, this is an accelerated version of the long press. In other words, the functions that are now running on Android long Tapu, you can perform faster with a strong press.
Judging by the description, Android devices will not be able to distinguish between light, medium, and strong pressing, as it is implemented in iOS. It is also not clear how Google intends to implement this option. For example, iPhone with 3D Touch support uses special pressure sensors.