That might be because Google is testing several configurations of the device or we could see different Pixel 3 Lite and 3 Lite XL variants commercially released eventually.
Apart from the above, Android Q also introduces support for a new of new technologies. While we continue to dig around and find new, hidden and unannounced goodies, below are five features coming to Android Q worth getting excited about.
Despite the lack of an official confirmation about the company's next-generation Pixel phones including the Pixel 3 Lite, which is slated to hit the store shelves ahead of Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, the rumor mill is churning all sorts of speculations around the company's next-generation Pixel phablet, which has surfaced online in the form of a new leak.
As The Verge reports, Google today released a preview of the next version of Android.
It's become so controversial that Facebook even announced that it was unilaterally adding location-tracking control to its Android app to head off public concern about its data-gathering behaviour. And when connected to an external monitor, you will be able to use the new desktop mode with your Android phone. There are also new restrictions on apps launching background tasks without user knowledge, and restrictions that limit access to location data only while the app is in the foreground.
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This is a small but important feature because you no longer have to dig into the Settings app to figure out how to tailor an app's alerts. Call Screen will answer the phone when an unknown caller rings and communicate with the caller for you. So, you have the system-wide dark mode, a redesigned permissions page. Windows phone users may remember that from the before-times, but now Google is bringing it to default Android. Bugs in the beta can cause you to have to reset the device.
Are you going to load the Android Q beta on a Pixel phone? The beta program will be opened up to more phones as time goes on (probably after Google I/O in May) - Google has said it wants to extend the program beyond the seven manufacturers (besides Google) that took part last time. Don't do this out of casual interest, especially since future betas figure to be more stable.