Here Is Everything New In The First Android 15 Developer Preview

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Here Is Everything New In The First Android 15 Developer Preview

Now that the first Android 15 Developer Preview is finally out, it is time to start looking at everything new that Google has added to the latest update. Sadly, I do not possess a Pixel device, so I cannot test the update myself, but our friends over at 9to5Google have gone through the latest update, finding out everything new.

If you are looking to install the latest Android 15 Developer Preview on your Pixel device, you can do so from here. However, be advised that the update could have several issues as it is intended for developers only.

The first Android 15 Developer Preview does not bring a lot of changes, but they are still notable

Let’s have a look at everything new in the first Android 15 Developer Preview. The first change is that when you are in the Developer options under the Debugging portion, you will actually get to see the HDR/SDR ratio. You can turn this toggle on or off.

Another change that the Android 15 Developer Preview brings is the introduction of haptics when adjusting the brightness via the Quick Settings. This is a pretty small change, but it is definitely good because it will help people be aware when they are adjusting the brightness on their phones.

In addition to that, the keyboard vibration toggle is another feature that is available. You can also find this option in Gboard settings should you want to access it.

Moving further, the Android 15 Developer Preview also brings a notification cooldown feature, which I think is going to be my favorite. The way it works is that it starts lowering the notification volume when you get a lot of successive notifications from the same app. So, if you are like me, who gets overwhelmed with notifications every morning, this feature is going to be for you.

Do keep in mind that there are still a lot of known issues with the latest Android 15 Developer Preview. So, if you have been thinking about updating to the latest version, you might run into some issues. I would highly advise against it, but go for it if you are a developer; otherwise, just stick to Android 14. In the coming days, you will probably see more discoveries, and we will be sure to let you know.

News Source: 9to5Google

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