Android Q Build Includes Gesture Navigations With its Beta


Google is all set to release the latest Android Operating System i.e. Android Q. The company is likely to release it in the next month. What we got until now is a total four betas of Android Q. Fortunately, all these Betas were made available for both, testers and public users. And now, it is expected to release two more betas ahead of its official launch.

New leaked build of Android Q includes a brand-new Gesture Navigation control. The previous Beta ofAndroid Q added the much-awaited Dark Mode feature to Android Platform. And the upcoming Beta 5 is going to add one more i.e. new Gesture Navigations for the public.

Google is yet to announce the next beta update of Android Q and there are no official details regarding the next Betas of Android Q Operating System available with us at this moment.

A Reddit user has claimed that he has received an early Android Q Beta 5 update. He has also shared some information to the world about this upcoming Beta edition of Android Q. The user has received this Beta 5 edition on his Google Pixel 3 XL smartphone. There are many other tech-giants who have also confirmed that the Beta 5 build is ready and it will be released for the public in next week or so.

As per the testers, the new Android 5 Beta will come with a new name called Back Sensitivity which will be available under the Settings option. From low to high, there are four different settings available. Here, you will find out a new Gesture Navigations option. You can take full control of this feature from this section. To make any changes to its functionality, you have to visit the Settings menu.

Fortunately, there is a way to return back to the original Two button and three button navigations, if you do not find a new Beta release legitimate to you. You can simply start using the traditional Two buttons and three buttons navigations by disabling this feature from the Settings menu. It’s pretty easy and anyone can make use of this feature just by visiting the Settings menu.

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