Google is preparing the new Android Q, and they are implementing some pretty interesting new features, one which could be automatic car crash detection.
Every time a new Android version is in the works, a lot of new features are touted or discovered before the launch. This is possible because users have access to the latest development builds, something that’s not really possible with other mobile operating systems, or at least not to this degree.
When Google introduces a new Android version, most users focus on interface changes, but the fact is that Google adds functional features to each new Android version to improve the Android operating system. Android Q is an interesting and interesting feature we will see with Car Accident Detection.
XDA Developers’ Android Q beta 3 version of the Safety Hub (we can define it as a security center) is an extremely useful feature in the application. The final name has not yet been determined, and in the application, the DogFood (dog food) name can save the lives of Pixel smartphone users.
When the DogFood feature is enabled, Android Q detects when you perform a car accident, sending you notifications to secure people and emergency services you specify. So you don’t have to try to find your phone to call for help in case of a serious traffic accident.
While this great feature of the Android Q will be loved by many users, the Safety Hub application with the feature seems to be unique to Pixel smartphones. Therefore, even if you use a smartphone with Android Q operating system, you may not be able to benefit from car accident detection.