Now that the first Android Q Beta has been launched, the standard wallpapers and the updated ringtones are starting to leak online. There are 15 wallpapers and 65 tones that can be downloaded via downloadmirror.
Not everyone is new, but everyone is extremely well done. The new additions almost seem to have been created by Vincent van Gogh, with swirling lines that light up with an elegant style, while the other backgrounds are natural. The wallpapers are scaled based on a slightly lower resolution, probably to be used even on a modern mid-range smartphone.
As for the ringtones, we find 12 alarms, 15 notifications, 12 ringtones and 26 tones for various events, such as when the device is charging or to indicate that the battery is empty.
Among the sounds a UI tone dubbed “Dock” stands out, a low-pitched sound that can be related to a feature recently identified in the Android Q internal code that refers to a “desktop mode” that works similarly to DeX of Samsung, but apparently through a simplified output from USB Type-C to HDMI at system level.
The mode substantially resizes the user interface for use on a larger display with customized desktops for different tasks. The ringtones seem to be high definition with clear and precise tones. In terms of audio, Google seems to take a step back towards more relaxed tones, even in more urgent contexts.
Below you will find a gallery with wallpaper previews and links to download the wallpapers and the ringtones.