Google is already preparing the new generation of the Android Q operating system.
It is unclear to honor what sweetness the new OS will be called, however, it has already been tested at Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3 XL and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE.
The results of launch of Android Q on these smartphones have appeared in the Geekbench test suite database. Previously, a new version of the operating system was expected to appear in 2019. They are still testing alpha-builds, but Google has already made it clear that the third line of pixels is compatible with Android Q. This means that smartphones will receive an update once it is officially released.
Mi 8 SE refers to an average level because, unlike the Google Pixel 3 XL, it works based on the Snapdragon 710 chipset (Snapdragon 845). The company tests different categories of equipment, but more importantly, it seems that Xiaomi has acquired several exclusive rights to participate in the tests. Mi 8 SE is currently working on the Android 8.1 Oreo platform and will release the beta version by the end of the year.
Advertisers assign Android Q to improve multitasking in split-screen mode. In the new version, both applications will be active on the display. Other features of the new operating system are not reported. This is likely to be displayed at the Google I / O 2019 Developer as is usually the case.
Some market watchers believe Google can leave the Android brand. The company repeatedly denied this view Media come back to it. Fuchsie is designed to replace a green robot. According to the latest data, it is tested on Huawei mobile devices with Kirin chips.