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Android 15 Revealed To Arrive With Features Like NFC Wireless Charging, Satellite Connectivity, Notification Cooldown And More

Google will be soon releasing the stable version of Android 15 in the market. In April, the company started the Beta testing programme of Android 15 while in the month of May second beta testing of Android 15 was also announced after which the smartphone brands started releasing this update for their smartphones.

Ahead of the release of the Android 15 stable version, a few of the features have been revealed online that the users are expected to see with this upcoming software upgrade.

8 Upcoming Features Of Android 15

App Archiving

Your device can automatically archive apps that are not used often to free up space for new apps. Though the apps will be removed the personal data on the app will be saved while the app icon will also stay on the device. On tapping that app icon, the app is downloaded and data is restored.

Partial Screen Sharing

With this feature, users will be allowed to share an app window instead of the entire screen

Universal Toggle To Control Keyboard Vibration

Users will be allowed to turn off keyboard vibration by overriding the vibration settings of individual keyboard apps

Notification Cooldown

If there are multiple notifications from the same app, the volume of the successive notifications gradually decreases

Loudness Control

Android 15 arrives with support for the CTA-2075 loudness standard. It will automatically control the loudness level dynamically, maintaining a set loudness level across the device.

At A Glance For Lockscreen

Android 15 is said to reintroduce widgets on the lock via At a Glance. It will be like a live activity rather than a full-fledged widget that we see nowadays on smartphones.

Satellite Connectivity

Android 15 is expected to bring support for satellite connectivity in RCS. This will help the users to connect with their loved ones from any remote area. The Satellite Connectivity feature is currently available on iOS.

NFC Wireless Charging

Android 15 is finally said to arrive with support for Wireless Charging via NFC. This would allow manufacturers to integrate wireless charging into their devices with limited space consumption.


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