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Android Q is now officially Android 10 as Google Stops Using Dessert Naming Scheme

As of not long ago, every version of Android was named after delectable treats, or pastries, in alphabetical order, yet now Google broke the custom with its upcoming mobile OS by just naming it Android 10 which was recently known as Android Q.

“We’re changing the way we name our releases. Our engineering team has always used internal code names for each version, based off of tasty treats, or desserts, in alphabetical order. This naming tradition has become a fun part of the release each year externally, too. But we’ve heard feedback over the years that the names weren’t always understood by everyone in the global community,” Google said in its blog post.

Google referenced in that blog post that a few languages don’t have a similar differentiation among L and R sounds, which at times made it confounding to figure out which versions of Android like Lollipop fell in Google’s biggest update cycle.

So as opposed to managing something like Android Quince or Android Queen of Puddings, Google is keeping things straightforward by going with Android 10.

Additionally the new Android 10 accompanies an invigorated logo with the Android robot sitting on top. The shading has additionally been changed from green to dark for better perceivability.

It’s a little change, however Google found the green was difficult to peruse, particularly for individuals with visual weaknesses.

According to the report, the Android 10 update isn’t scheduled to turn out until August, however right now you can download and introduce Android 10 last beta also know as beta 6 and enjoy the marginally changed gesture controls, just as dark mode and all the bug repairs and advancements to this point.

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