It’s quite a long time since Google launched Android Pie 9.0, though they are working to improve it. However, there is an Android Q AOSP build, currently available for Pixels only. This build is not officially launched until Google announces it in the coming days. But the early reports suggest Android Q is going to pack some long-awaited features inside it.
In a teardown of System UI, 9to5Google found some interesting upcoming features. These features are however either adding new features or making the current one more improvised.
The first feature brings more secure hardware implementations of Facial Recognitions. From Android Q, the OEMs can use underlying hardware for more secure facial recognitions. The second feature is quite interesting. This feature allows you to record screen on a system level. Gone are those days when you relied on the third-party apps to record screen. From Android Q, you may get this feature onboard.
Another minor information. Android Q is the Android 10 ( xD )
This upcoming Android version will mainly focus on the Privacy of the user as well. In a video demo from XDA, we saw that the app that uses location or any other feature from the device, gets itself registered on the status bar.
You can watch the demo from the XDA here