If you're more experienced, you can also download the Android system image files from Google here and flash them on yourself. In short, there's a lot going on here, but it's primarily being targeted at developers rather than end users. Just as Android 9 Pie came with different kinds of display notch designs, the Android Q has been created to better manage the contents on devices with foldable screens.
Android Q is now in early beta stage and is chiefly aimed at developers and other tech-heads in the testing community. For example, Chrome could show shortcut buttons for adjusting settings like WiFi, airplane mode, and data without you needing to go into the Settings app.
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You'll have more control over apps and their access to shared files. There are also new restrictions on apps launching background tasks without user knowledge, and restrictions that limit access to location data only while the app is in the foreground. You can also control apps' access to the Photos and Videos. "For Downloads, apps must use the system file picker, which allows the user to decide which Download files the app can access". So if you are using a ride share app you can let it track your location while it's in use, but forbid the app from learning your location data when not. With it, developers can publish share targets that launch a specific activity in their app with content attached. To make matters worse, the malicious apps hide their icons to prevent them from being uninstalled and SimBad can also generate pages for multiple platforms and open them in a browser to perform spear-phishing attacks on users.
Android Q is a beta and as such, it's likely buggy. This will be a boon for real-time gaming and improved voice calls.
Those with compatible phones who are interested in testing this early version of Android Q just need to enroll their device and then check for updates. With this new update, users will be getting more privacy and security on their device as it comes with a new permission management setup for tracking location which will be providing its users three options like "allow all time, Deny and Allow only while the app is in use". In total the malware was found in 210 seemingly legitimate apps, which have now been pulled from the Google Play store.