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Android 10 is here with a nasty surprise with the beta support to only high-end phones.

Google has officially named the next version of Android, which is due to be released this fall: Android 10. Breaking the 10-year history of naming releases after desserts, the company is bailing on providing a codename beginning with a subsequent letter of the alphabet (in this case, Q), which is the approach we’ve been about android up to now. This year is android 10, next year will be Android 11, and so on. “We’ve heard feedback over the years that the names weren’t perpetually understood by everyone within the global community,” the company wrote.

After a quarter of quiet, the quintessence of Android’s brand has quickly changed without quarrel, resolving a quandary and quitting the quixotic quest to pull a Q dessert out of the quiver.

Google won’t quaver on the decision to move away from desserts, which answers a quadrillion querulous question about the names.

Google has determined it’s a quaint tradition that required to be quite quashed — or at least quelled.

Instead, the codename will be isolated within Google, so users have qualms and feel queasy about the number of quips that will queue up quoting the Android source code to quibble that the dessert names still qualify as real. It all looks like a quagmire, but at least qualitatively, the new naming scheme is less quirky.


In addition to changing the way it names Android versions, Google has also updated the mobile platform’s logo. It changed the text from green to black to make it easier to read, switched fonts and used a close-up of the Android robot that’s now colored in a new shade of green. Going forward, Android will be represented by more than “green and gray,” Gandon says.

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Only one of those new secondary colors is additionally one among Google’s primary colors — the blue.

Google needed to find a palette that wasn’t too tied to the corporate however also wouldn’t hew too closely to anything its major android partners use.

How to get the beta version of Android Q?

You can get the beta version resources of Android Q here at Google’s android Q website. Unlike the older versions of android, This version is of android beta is only available for high-end phones like ASUS ZenFone 5Z, Essential Phone, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, LG G8, Nokia-8.1, and other high-end phones


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James J

James has been writing about tech since 2009 after spending 25 years in a computer research lab studying and improving the future of computers. He watches Netflix sci-fi with his pet, enjoying spicy snacks.
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