Take this with the proverbial grain of salt, given the nature of the software being studied before release, but people at XDA Developers have found out that there are additional customization options tucked away in the leaked Android Q build. Although the settings are not aimed at the user, the picture has some new so-called "overlay" packages found that allow the switch between a handful of pre-installed fonts, symbol shapes and accent colors.

Left : Rounded rectangle symbols. Middle : Rubik script. Right : Purple accent. Pictures all about XDA developers.

Altogether XDA found two pre-installed fonts, four symbol shapes and three accent colors in the examined Android Q images. In addition, Android Q itself has begun subdividing overlays into these three groups, which should make managing the logic for setup a little easier. However, there are no configurable, user-facing option settings for switching between them. These new options had to be activated individually via ADB.

For some perspectives, Pixels had only three overlay packages: an incision / viewport, access through developer options, the pixel framework, and a partially dark theme.

It is possible . These new additions could later end up with a user-configurable settings panel, but it is also possible that they will be removed sometime. They could just be a test for a more integrated OEM customization. Google has not spoken out on custom issues lately, it would be a bit of a surprise if they changed their attitude on the subject so quickly.