Android 10 started rolling out on Tuesday, September 3 - the new software is now limited to a few phones, including Google's Pixel range. In the meantime, if you own a Pixel 3 series device and one of the previously mentioned hearing devices, you can take advantage of it after updating your phone to Android 10.
UPDATED (09/03/2019 10:45 a.m. PT): Android 10 is now officially rolling out to Pixel devices. The only issues are application comparability issues (Which would persist on all versions of 10 to be fair), and a low chance of lag.
For those who want less targeted ads, Android 10 now offers a revamped privacy section under Settings. Let us take a peek at the very top five attributes of Android 10. For OnePlus, check this link for instructions. Furthermore, Google worked hard to add dark themes to nearly every popular app they offer. There's a new system-wide dark mode, for instance, privacy settings have been tidied up a little, and apps can now be told to only access your location while they're running (just like on iOS). If so, the app icon will carry over to your newly upgraded device. For the most part, though, you can continue to use Android like you always have. We will no longer have alphabets names with each new system.
You can use Google Backup to backup and restore from another device that already has Android Auto app installed. But Google's biggest challenge with new versions of Android is actually getting them on people's phones, since wireless carriers and handset makers can slow down the process.
That would be a shame, since some of these new features are pretty helpful.
With Android Pie, Google had introduced a set of Digital Wellbeing, helping users have control of their phone's usage.
Android 10 brings some features that are entirely new and others that continue work Google started with earlier versions of the platform.
Android 10, eschewing the previous sweets-themed naming scheme, features new privacy and security features, machine learning functionality and support for new-age devices like foldable and 5G-enabled phones.
Location and tracking is a big concern as of late, and Google even had to talk to congress about its location and data-gathering systems. With focus mode, you can get more work done without being distracted.