Earlier today, a redditor claimed to have received the Android Q Beta 5 update early.
At the time, a few details in the apparent leak gave us pause, but the folks at 9to5Google have seemingly confirmed that the update was legit, and a new "Back Sensitivity" setting related to Android Q's fully gestural navigation system was discovered. It could have something to do with the gesture-related tweaks that Google revealed yesterday.
It can be a bit difficult to see the details in question from the screenshots above, given the placement and transparency of the watermarks, but the new setting appears via a cog icon to the right of the "Gesture navigation" setting, which also appears to have been renamed from "Fully gestural navigation" in Beta 4.
Read the full article at: Android Police
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