Google has prepared a new generation of OS called Android Q.
It is not clear to respect what sweet new OS will be called, but, as it turns out, it has been tested at least on Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3 XL and Xiaomi Mi 8 SE.
The results of the Android Q launch on this smartphone appear in the Geekbench test database. Previously it was assumed that the new version of the operating system would only appear in 2019. They are still testing alpha-build, but Google has clarified that the third line of Pixels is compatible with Android Q. This means that smartphones will receive updates as soon as they are officially released.
The Mi 8 SE refers to the average level, because, unlike Google Pixel 3 XL, it works based on the Snapdragon 710 chipset (Pixel has Snapdragon 845). The company tested various categories of devices, but, more importantly, Xiaomi, it seems, has received several exclusive rights to participate in the test. The Mi 8 SE is working on Android 8.1 Oreo, and the beta version of Pie will appear before the end of this year.
People in associating Android Q with enhanced split-screen multitasking features. In the new version, the two applications on the screen will be active. Other features of the new operating system are not reported. Presumably it will be displayed at the Google I / O 2019 Developer Conference, as is usually the case.
Some market observers believe Google can leave the Android brand. The company has repeatedly denied this opinion, periodically Media back there. Fuchsia is proposed as a substitute for green robots. According to the latest data, this was tested on a Huawei mobile device with a Kirin chip.