Android Q is perhaps getting a system-wide dark mode, if a post by a Googler in the Chromium bug tracker is to be accepted.
An early beta of Android Pie influenced it to appear as though Google may convey a dark theme to the versatile working system, in any case, oh, that didn’t completely make it to the prime time.
“Dark mode is an approved Q feature […] The Q team wants to ensure that all preloaded apps support dark mode natively. In order to ship dark mode successfully, we need all UI elements to be ideally themed dark by May 2019.” Mentioned in a blog post by Chromium bug tracker Googler.
Dark Mode is absolutely a late component and the time had come for Google chosen to add it to Android.
Before the arrival of Android 5.0 Lollipop with its Material Design, UI, the Android System, Framework, and most applications, both preinstalled or 3rd party application, utilized darker hues as per Holo.
Since Material Design turned into the controlling plan guideline for Android, most applications have changed their UI hues to utilize abundant measures of white.
Be that as it may, a year ago Google released an exploration demonstrating the advantages of Dark Mode on the battery particularly if the gadget utilizes AMOLED or OLED screen.
The main Android Pie Developer Preview was released in March of 2018, so we hope to verify or refute the nearness of a dark mode include when the primary Android Q Developer Preview discharges at some point in March 2019.
Googler further said there will be an ace setting under: Settings – > Display – > NightMode in Android Q.
Presently how precisely this framework wide dark mode execution will work stays to be seen, and whether it tends to be effectively connected to all current applications, or on the off chance that it is basically just for applications and instruments preinstalled on Android.