Google is Working to Feature a New “Color Contrast” Customization Option with Android 15

The Android ecosystem has evolved a lot with time, and Google always makes sure that every Android owner should get the most intuitive and innovative mobile-using experience. With that, the most popular and widely used Android operating system is going to have a major upgrade with the arrival of its next iteration, Android 15. The newest Android operating system is said to bring a wide range of new features and improvements, but, out of the box, the latest Android 15 will introduce new color contrast customization settings. 

Just recently, Google released the Android 14 QPR3 beta 2.1, which introduces a lot of bug fixes along with some new features. Meanwhile, it seems like Google is working on introducing a new color contrast setting with the upcoming Android 15, out of the box. In contrast, this new Color Contrast setting will significantly allow Android users to choose their desired contrast from default to medium and higher. 

On the flip side, the Color Contrast setting will make apps much easier to read, allowing you to adjust the contrast level as per your convenience so that the texts, buttons, and icons stand out more. Meanwhile, you can choose the one that looks best to you. There are three contrast levels for you to choose from, including Default, Medium, and Higher, respectively. With that, you will also get to see a preview the moment you are about to choose any specific contrast level. 

Moreover, it’s not essential that every application support all the color and text contrast settings. Simultaneously, the new Color Contrast setting will also bring a new Maximize text contrast toggle that will allow you to significantly add a black or white background around the text in order to increase the contrast of the text. Meanwhile, Google hasn’t officially revealed it, but it’s likely that the new color contrast settings will arrive with Android 15. 


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