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Android Q will provide a 3D-Touch function similar to iOS called "Deep Press"

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Android Q will provide a 3D-Touch function similar to iOS called "Deep Press"

Android Q will soon have an iOS-like 3D-Touch feature in upcoming updates. 

This feature was first introduced by Apple in 2015 with the launch of the iPhone 6s, which allows users to access different tasks by simply pressing the screen. 

However, the Android system still has the old-fashioned compression feature to perform some tasks. 

But according to some of the latest documents, Google seems to have been all set up to offer a 3D-Touch feature for Android Q.

According to recent documentation on Android Developers, Google plans to integrate a 3D-Touch feature called Deep Press locally on Android Q. 

This feature will simulate new actions only by pressing the screen rather than pressing it for longer.

"Should be used to speed up the long-pressure behavior," reads the description on the documents that indicate that the Deep Press feature will replace the current job long pressure. 

However, this is not clear although both features may exist in Android Q.

Moreover, it will be interesting to see how Google this feature application on Android Q where using an Apple sensitive screen to put pressure on the iPhone to record more difficult pressure on the screen to provide the functionality easier to feature 3D-Touch. 

However, it is not clear that this functionality will work on devices with Android Q or will work only on certain display phones.

At the same time, Google has already released Beta 1 and Beta 2 versions of Android Q last week for developers. 

Android Q comes with various interactive features including sharing shortcuts, notification bubbles, application switching animations, and enhanced permissions. It scheduled to be released the final version of the system Android Q through I / O 2019 event which will run from 7 to 10 May at Mountain View, California.

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