The Google corporation Google this year will launch the Android 10.0 Q operating system, which anyone can install on their gadgets. About how this software will be called, so far nothing is precisely known, but there are already some assumptions. However, this is not so important, because the latest software, as it was discovered in the study, saves up to 50% of the battery charge, that is, extremely. This is achieved by a new feature that has been implemented by "search giant" employees.
It is reliable to know that the main innovation of the Android 10.0 Q operating system will be the dismal theme of design, which will be supported even by all proprietary Google applications, and that third-party developers can implement their support by introducing special APIs in their software. The main advantage of dark colors is that smartphones with OLED screens spend much less energy on their screen than on bright screens.
In this regard, journalists from the portal PhoneArena conducted a study in which they tried to find out how much the dark theme of design in Android 10.0 Q will reduce battery consumption. The results were simply amazing in every respect. In the course of several experiments, we were able to find that if other things were equal, the mobile device and the Google Pixel 3 device were used for the search, the download was done with the dark interface activated up to 50% slower than the usual interface.
At the same time, in both cases, the brightness was fixed at the same level, so that only the probability of any inaccuracies. So if in normal mode the smartphone works 10 hours, if you activate a dark theme in Android 10.0 Q, it can work up to 15 hours, or 50% more. Obviously, this is extremely good news, because all smartphone owners with OLED screens, due to this innovation, will be able to use devices for much longer than using the classic glossy theme. The main thing is that all third-party developers implement support for new designs in their software.
Earlier, we discovered that the Android 10.0 Q operating system impressed smartphone owners with amazing new features.
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