Android Q – Name, Features and Release Dates

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What could be the name of Android Q – Quince?

Android Q

Official names in Green, predictions in Red, future predictions in Black. (Android Q – News)

  • Cupcake
  • Donut
  • Eclair (Eclair)
  • Froyo (Frosting)
  • Gingerbread (Gelato)
  • Honeycomb (Honey)
  • Ice Cream Sandwich (Icing)
  • Jellybean (Jelly)
  • Kit Kat (Kiwi)
  • Lollipop (or Lemon Meringue Pie) (Lemon)
  • Marshmallow (Marshmellow)
  • Nougat [Noodle (Nerds would be hilarious)]
  • Oreo (or Oatmeal Cookie) Orange (Oreo would be better!)
  • Peppermint (or Popsicle, but I’d prefer PayDay) (Pudding)
  • Queen Cake [Quince (White men can’t jump / Jeopardy!)]
  • Rocky Road (or Reese’s Pieces) [RockyRoad (uhoh, bad foreshadowing!)]
  • Strawberry Shortcake (or Sorbet, or Somosa for a nod to India) (Sundae)
  • Twinkee (or Twizzler) Taffee (Twinkee!)
  • UDC UDC (upside-down-cake)
  • Vanilla (Vanilla)
  • Waffle Cone (or Wedding Cake as Android and Chrome Merge, but would love to see a Willy Wonka Bar) (Waffle)
  • Xmas Cookies (or maybe XiBing which is Chinese depending on the status of Microsoft’s Bing)Xmas Cookies?
  • Yogurt (Yogurt)
  • Zebra Cake (Zebra Cake)

Prediction source: Phandroid

But some sites tell that Google may skip Android Q

Still reeling from the failure of the Nexus Q, Google decides to spurn the subtle yet flavorful appeal of Quince Jelly and skip to the letter R for its next version of Android.

Google opts to celebrate the most decadent of all cakes, Red Velvet. The Android guy is starting to look a little bloated again—you would, too, if you allowed carriers and other companies to stuff your operating system with useless applications–but a healthy exercise regimen of backing up data and deleting unnecessary apps should get it back in shape.

Source: GreenBOT

Android Q Feature’s

Assisted Dialing in Android Q

What is assisted dialing? It’s a feature for people traveling internationally, and it simply corrects any phone number you dial out by adding the appropriate country code. It’s certainly a nifty feature since you won’t have to manually add country codes to all of your contacts back at home when you’re traveling abroad for a period of time.

The feature is already available on many smartphones from various device makers, but it’s not a native feature of Android. In fact, Google Nexus and Pixel smartphones only recently gained this feature with the introduction of version 15 of the Google Phone app.

Souce: XDA-Developers

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Release Dates

Yet to be announced.

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