Google has released the sixth, final beta version of the upcoming Android Q operating system. The new assembly, already available for download, provides enthusiasts with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the latest revision of the "green robot" in its almost final form before the announcement of the OS.
One of the innovations of the sixth “beta” was an updated standby mode when installing a smartphone in the Pixel Stand dock (tested on Google Pixel 3). The screen will only show the time, date, weather, charging status and the Google voice assistant icon. The button of the automatic screen rotation function has become more contrast and is now clearly distinguishable from other elements of the interface.
The method for calling the night shooting mode in the Google Camera 6.3 application with the Night Sight function has also been updated. You can activate it with a quick double swipe across the screen, saving time on scrolling in the classic interface.
Among other changes are the ability to hide the gesture mode activation button on the main screen, the new emergency call button design and the updated application update system on Google Play. In the "System Navigation" section, you can now adjust the sensitivity for the "Back" gesture.
The update can already be downloaded by owners of smartphones in the Google Pixel line, later the final beta version will be available for other models.