Android Q could really allow Pixel smartphone owners to customize the look of certain software elements, such as clocks, styles, wallpapers and more, much more thoroughly.
First signs of this functionality had been noticed by xda-developers colleagues when Google accidentally released a Q internal Beta to a small number of testers; in the last hours, however, several users with the “regular” Beta 6, among other things the last, report that among the suggestions of the Settings appears the invitation to “Personalize your Pixel”.
Following the message nothing happens – only the app opens to change backgrounds, but it is quite clear that this is only a temporary thing. Difficult to understand if the function will be official with the release of Android Q stable or with the debut of the new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL – assuming that the two events have different dates, which is the most likely hypothesis calculating the past.
Of course, it won’t be like getting back Substratum, which from Android Pie onwards has been blocked by Google, but it’s better than nothing. No?