Google has a lot of interesting features coming up under the hood of Android Q like the availability of system-wide dark mode that even works with system apps. The third beta of Android Q was rolled out a day ago and we get to notice little changes in the UI. A very helpful feature is seen in the battery saver option where users could turn it off automatically once the battery reaches gets close to full charge.
Battery saver had been a confusing thing when you plug your phone for charging and then when you unplug it. The behavior wasn’t the ideal one that a user would want so with the latest beta of Android Q, we get to a much deeper control on that when it comes to automating its behavior.
The latest beta now offers a mode where the battery saver would automatically turn off when the battery gets 90 percent charged to offer maximum performance. This means that once your phone is nearly charged, it would be back to performing normally, even if you keep it upon charging.
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