Android 10 phones will let you know when the charging port overheats

Google has added a new security feature to its new Android 10 operating system that will notify users of overheating of the charging port while charging the phone’s battery. Google has also added a new feature that will alert users if the charging port is wet or if there is something dirty or debris inside the port. These new features are part of the usability enhancement in Android 10. These features are expected to be available in all phones running Android 10.

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The developers of XDA tested the facility and reported an emergency of about 60 ° C, while 65 ° C, of ​​critical temperature. Meanwhile, there is an option to manually enable the port if there is false notification of dirt inside the port. Both facilities aim to minimize electrical and battery explosion risk.

The final version of Android 10 is reaching all Google Pixel smartphone users first. The list includes all Pixel devices – Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3aXL, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL. The OS version will also reach other smartphones.
“Android 10 starts today for Pixel phones, and we’re working with our partners to launch and upgrade the device on Android 10 this year,” said Dave Burke, Android’s engineering vice president, in an official blog post.

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It is worth adding that soon after the announcement of Android 10 rollout, Essential announced the upcoming stable build in its Essential Phone, after which Xiaomi brought Android 10-based MIUI to Redmi K20 Pro. However, OnePlus has announced its first Android 10 open beta for OnePlus 7 smartphone users while HMD Nokia is yet to announce. HMD, however, has already announced Android 10 rollout time frame for its smartphones.

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