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Android 9.0 Pie is the ninth cycle and a noteworthy update of Google’s Android OS and it is the latest version of the world’s most popular mobile operating system. With AI features being its main draw, the new OS also comes with interesting traits like an adaptive battery, gesture-based navigation, an official dark mode along with a few tricks that will help you reduce your interaction with the phone with ‘Digital Wellbeing’.

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Google at its I/O 2019 keynote had a lot to reveal about Android Q, which will be released as version 10 of the mobile operating system later this year. First among these, was the announcement that Android now runs on over 2.5 billion active devices from over 180 device makers. Google also announced that Android Q Beta 3 was now available for 21 devices from 13 brands. Here are all the Android Q features announced by Google at I/O 2019:

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Live Captions is perhaps the most interesting new feature in Android Q and it will be made available to users later this year.

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Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have been announced at Google’s I/O 2019 keynote address. The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones are more affordable Pixel offerings, meant to better compete in the premium smartphone market space that Google admittedly struggled in this past quarter. Taking on mid-range premium smartphones from Apple and Samsung, the Pixel 3a duo offers Pixel-specific apps and services, including the company’s famed photography software, on cheaper hardware compared to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagships that were launched last year.

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We are aware that Google is likely to release the highly-anticipated Pixel 3a and the Pixel 3a XL smartphone duo at the Google I/O keynote on the 7th of May. A lot of rumors have already brought the devices out into the spotlight. They are expected to be Google’s first attempt to tap into the midrange smartphone segment, accrediting to which the price expectations for the devices are quite varied. As per latest reports,

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Made by Google’s Pixel 3a mid-ranger has been thoroughly leaked in recent weeks. We have seen everything from leaked official renders to leaked cases of the smartphone which has give us a fair idea of how the smartphone will look like. Google also teased that the smartphone could be unveiled on May 7 which also happens to be the first day of Google I/O. In a follow-up to a leak tipster Evan Blass posted on Tuesday,

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Recently, Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL have been in news via various leaks and render and Google’s decision to finally expand its much popular Pixel lineup to the mid-range segment with the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. And Google is here with a teaser that reads ‘something big is coming to the Pixel universe’ on May 7th.

For those who are unaware, May 7 is the day when Google I/O 2019 (Google’s annual developer conference) kicks-off and it now suggests that it could be the day when it debuts new hardware under the ‘Pixel branding’ during the keynote announcement.

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Google Pay is now letting users buy and sell gold, securely and directly from the app. In collaboration with MMTC-PAMP India, an LBMA accredited gold refinery, the UPI-based Google app will enable users to buy 99.99 percent 24-karat gold in any amount. It will be stored on their behalf by MMTC-PAMP in secure vaults. It lets users sell the gold at any time for the latest price, as displayed on the Google Pay app.

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Android currently allows you a limited number of ways to interact on your touchscreen – tap, press & hold, drag, swipe, and pinch. But soon about to change as Google is aiming to bring a new “Deep press” feature on Android Q which will be different from its previous offerings.

Android Q may be getting Apple’s 3D touch-like experience. The operating system has been found to have some references hinting at upcoming feature implementation,

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One of the best new features for Android users is Google’s call screening tech it first released in the US last fall, but it’s only been available so far on Pixel phones. Now, this feature is no longer Pixel exclusive.

The latest version of the Google Phone app this week suggested that Call Screen was coming to Motorola devices. The latter OEM confirmed this today, with the Assistant feature now rolling out to the Moto G7 and Motorola One.

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