Google Android 10
Android 10 isn’t perfect, but it builds on a strong foundation with helpful features like a dark mode, mostly improved gesture navigation, more nuanced notification controls and better privacy tools. It won’t completely reshape the way you use Android, but by re-engineering some key software updates and adding support for foldable devices and 5G, this transitional update is all about paving the way for tomorrow.
- Dark mode looks great
- 5G and foldable support are crucial
- Project Mainline speeds up crucial updates
- More obvious privacy controls are helpful
- Better for managing notifications
- It’ll probably be a while before you get it
- Some gestures need more polish
- Project Mainline isn’t enabled for everyone
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- 80AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE5 ReviewsPC Mag90Google Android 10 (Q)The latest version of Google's Android mobile operating system brings a batch of security and privacy improvements and a new Dark Theme, too.Ars Technica80Android 10Google has a lot of ecosystem wrap-up work to do, and it really needs to ship that gesture navigation update as soon as possible. But today with Android 10 truly available, it's hard to imagine a significant list of user feature requests right now.Android Authority80The most personal Android yetAndroid 10 seems to finish what Android Pie started in a good way. However, Google still has a long way to go with a lot of these feature and we’re excited to see what happens in Android 11.The Verge80Works Nice, If You Can Get ItThat means Android 10 is not a milestone; it’s a mile marker. It has made real progress and is heading in the right direction, but the landscape looks the same.TrustedReviews70Android 10 ReviewAndroid 10 is not a monumental upgrade. If you don’t seek out the changes, you are unlikely to notice all that many of them. Dark Theme makes the most dramatic addition, and it’s potentially an important feature if you don’t like the white-heavy appearance of the Pixel UI and Android One. The rest? It seems less important, and there’s not enough to make this seem a truly major revision of Android.
- 100AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsDave100September 10, 2019Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - Engadget
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