In the midst of holes and reports of the new Google Pixel 4, Google has dropped a fast news bomb about the up and coming form of Android. It turns out Android Q, which is right now experiencing beta testing, has now been renamed Android 10. Just because since its unique discharge ten years prior, Android is shipping without the name of a pastry or sugary treat suffixed to it.
Android Q Becomes Android 10
In an ongoing blog entry, Google discloses why it chose to quit utilizing names of sweet dishes. Clearly, from the input Google got, not all clients identify with names like Lollipop, KitKat, and Marshmallow. “As a worldwide working framework, it’s significant that these names are clear and relatable for everybody on the planet. In this way, this next arrival of Android will basically utilize the adaptation number and be called Android 10,” composes Sameer Samat, Vice President of Product Management for Android.
In any case, that is not all. Google has patched up the Android brand with an upgraded text style. And marginally various hues for the name and the great old droid mascot. In the new official logo, Android is currently written in dark, and the droid’s face is in an alternate shade of green. “We additionally changed the logo from green to dark. It’s a little change, however we found the green was difficult to peruse. Particularly for individuals with visual weaknesses,” includes Samat.
As indicated by Google, Android is right now driving about 2.5 billion dynamic gadgets over the whole globe. We trust Google has picked an extraordinary time to do the switch in the naming plan as “Android 10” has a specific certainty to it. Aside from making it all the more cordial for worldwide clients. In addition, Android is presently 10 years old, making the ’10’ in its name only that tad progressively proper.