Android 15 brings three keyboard features that One UI already offers

Earlier this month, Google released Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2. It brought many features, and among them were two new accessibility options meant for use with a physical keyboard, sticky keys, and bounce keys. It was reported that these two features will soon be joined by another option, slow keys. Well, that third option is finally here.

According to a new report from Android Authority, the newly-released Android 15 Developer Preview 2 offers three accessibility options that you can use with a physical keyboard: Sticky keys, Slow keys, and Bounce Keys. While sticky keys and bounce keys were already present in Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2, the slow keys option is new.

The slow keys option allows you to specify the duration a key should be pressed for the system to register the keystroke. This feature helps people with physical disabilities. With the three new options, Android 15 will make it more convenient for people to use a keyboard with their tablets or with their phones operating in desktop mode.

Now, here’s something that will make you feel good if you own a smartphone or tablet from Samsung. The Korean tech giant already offers these three options with One UI. This is one of the reasons why people prefer One UI over stock Android. One UI offers many useful features that stock Android still misses out on.

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