Earlier yesterday at the Google I/O conference, Google introduced new consumer-oriented features in Android 10 Q. They will be completed and released to Pixel devices in the late summer. Now, Google has launched the third Android Q beta version of the OS and it supports no less than 21 smartphones from 13 manufacturers. This list includes all the Google Pixel phones.
This is the largest ever support for Android beta for phones. Thanks to Google’s Project Treble launched in Android Oreo in 2017. Last year on Google I/O, eight devices from seven partners joined the Android P beta program. That included the first and second generation Pixels. And now the number of devices is 2.5 times that of last year.
The following is a complete list of phones that can run the new Android Q beta 3: ASUS Zenfone 5z, Essential Phone, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, LG G8 ThinQ, Nokia 8.1, One Plus 6T, OPPO Reno, Realme 3 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ3, Tecno Spark 3 Pro, Vivo X27, Vivo NEX S, Vivo NEX A, Xiaomi Mi 9 and the Mi MIX 3 5G.
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Of course, all Google Pixel devices are also included. If you have a Google Pixel, simply go to this page and register your device to easily participate. You will then receive a beta version of the OTA update. If you have a phone that is supported in the list above, you will need to manually install the beta by following the instructions on the link to this page.
The new beta includes most of the features Google announced today, with the exception of some of the features that will be available later this year.
Right now we would advise against updating to this beta update as some features aren’t working exactly as they should. If you still wanna tinker with your device then feel free to proceed!
So guys what do you think? Would you install the latest Android Q beta version on your devices? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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