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Android 15 Beta 2 comes with many useful innovations

Android 15 Beta 2 comes with many useful innovations

Google has released the second beta of Android 15, and it's big news in more ways than one. There are some new features, and it was also announced that in addition to the Pixel models, the beta will also be available for a number of other brand phones.

Google has expanded its Android beta program to include Honor, iQOO, Lenovo, Nothing, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Tecno, Vivo, and Xiaomi devices. The exact list of models will be announced later when they are available, and in the meantime, let's take a look at what you need to know about Android 15 Beta 2.

The other beta is also a big number because it arrived on the occasion of the Google I/O developer conference and therefore promises a lot of innovations. According to the official schedule, it will be followed by two more beta releases, one in June and one in July, and the final release could begin at any time after that.

One of the biggest innovations of Android 15 Beta 2 is the so-called “Private Space” function. This means a completely separate and private user space, which we can protect separately (you can also set a different way than unlocking the phone base). The applications used here will only be available within this, and notifications will not be displayed unless you enter the private interface. Media files and documents are also displayed separately, and private content is not available during normal navigation. Simply put, what you do in private mode will only be visible here.

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Another useful innovation is the more efficient AV1 video decoder. This can be useful on devices that do not support hardware decoding, as it will require fewer resources to play videos. By the way, AV1 has recently become the default on YouTube as well.

Some additional innovations without claiming to be comprehensive:

  • We will be able to give apps permission to access only the latest media files, not the entire library.
  • Improved multitasking on the big screen, as you can save groups of apps for quick access.
  • Improved picture-in-picture (PiP) function.
  • Apps are given a time limit of 6 hours to run actively at the same time, so the battery will not be drained unnecessarily.

In addition, of course, there will be many other innovations, some of which have already been revealed, and some of which will probably be added later to Android 15 before the official release.


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