Android Q news is starting to arrive bit by bit, largely due to an early AOSP build that’s been doing the rounds. Probably the most welcome enhancement — other than the much-anticipated system-wide dark mode — is an overhaul to the privacy and permissions settings.
Thanks to our friends at XDA Developers, we now know a little bit more about what to expect.
We already learned that the next big version update could prevent background apps from reading your clipboard, although background location access could return.
More details emerge about Android Q’s improved privacy and permissions controls was written by the awesome team at Android Police.