Google Pixel phones are supposedly getting the new Android 10 today

Google Pixel phones are supposedly getting the new Android 10 today

The Android 10 page on Google's official Android website has gone live and it lists on all features that Android 10 is bringing to the table.

As you might expect from a jump from Android 9 to Android 10, there are lots of new features in this update.

The report is based on Canadian carrier Rogers and Telus, both of which had posted the September 3 date for Android Q update on the Google Pixel phones. Pixel phones usually receive the latest update Android build within hours of the final launch and the Android 10 release schedule should be no different. Installing this new version won't format or delete any data from your phone. Also, a minimum charge of 50% is recommended before going for the upgrade.

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Google's even improving the way it delivers security updates to devices with Android 10.

Android 10 was formally unveiled at Google's I/O developer conference back in May - the new software comes with a deluge of enhanced functionality for fans to get excited about. But we're also hearing rumours that OnePlus is putting its foot on the pedal in making the new update available to the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro.

Google confirmed the name for Android Q which is Android 10, the official version is expected to start rolling out soon. Google also overhauled its gesture navigation scheme (again), and while you don't have to use these tweaked controls, it's still interesting to see how Google thinks we should be interacting with our Android devices.

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