Still, there are still some exciting things in the Android Q beta. The XDA website found that the latest Android Q Beta 3 comes with an app called Safety Hub, but it's not clear what it does, but it only works on the Google Pixel series.Mobile phoneRun on.
The code to open the application reveals its true purpose, the application string information shows "Welcome to the car collision detection dogfood. In order to use this feature correctly, please enable the following permissions. After enabling them, when the device detects you have a car accident This dogfood will automatically initiate an alert activity."
Dogfood is only used as a placeholder name, but it is assumed that the app can detect if an accident has occurred on the user's vehicle and an alarm is issued. This alert is most likely an automatic call to the emergency service phone number. The Google Pixel series of phones are full of sensors that can be used to detect a sudden stop of motion, but it also means that the device needs to be sure that the user is also in the vehicle, and it is interesting to know how the app works.