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Android Q leak reveals dark mode, revamped permissions & more

Google is working on adding a system-wide dark mode, revamped privacy permissions for apps and other minor UI tweaks to Android Q, the next version of their popular smartphone operating system. This information has been revealed thanks to a leaked Android Q AOSP build running on a Pixel 3 phone, obtained by XDA. Google usually unveils the upcoming version of Android in March as a work-in-progress developer beta, while the full release goes out to OEMs and Pixel users in August. Android Q leak The Android Q build demoed by XDA is the latest one from Google’s AOSP internal master.

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