iPhone 3D Touch-like functionality comes in Android Q as & # 39; deep press & # 39;

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Call it 3D Touch, Force Touch or whatever you want; it is the functionality that makes it possible to activate actions and events on the iPhone by touching the display with a specific, larger than normal pressure. Some other phones, in their custom user interfaces, have taken over the function, but it seems that Android Q will officially support it, under the name "deep press".

Deep pressure. The current event flow indicates that the user is deliberately pressing harder on the screen. This classification type must be used to speed up the long printing behavior.

The above quote comes from the Android Q documentation (on the source link below) and offers manufacturers the opportunity to use this feature by supporting it through both hardware and software. It is still unknown whether a specific hardware component is needed or not, or how the function will work. It will probably be in line with the iPhone, where examples and other actions are made possible by pressing the screen.

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