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Asus announces ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program

26 July 2019 0

It has been a couple of months since Asus announced ZenFone 6 as an affordable flagship. It comes with high-end features and even the software support has been impressive. Asus has already released a few updates to add new features and bring improvements. The team is now preparing for the first major software update as ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program has been announced.

Asus has not shared any specific timeline for the beta program application deadline. To become a beta tester, you will need to own a ZenFone 6 for obvious reasons and need to be an active ZenTalk forums member. As part of the application process, you will have to provide details like the device's IMEI number, serial number, and current firmware number.

The official announcement does not mention the date when beta testers will be announced but all the selected ones will be notified via email. Once selected, Asus will release the first ZenFone 6 Android Q beta via over the air update. Those beta testers will continue to receive regular beta build for as long as the program will last.

It goes without saying that beta testing means as a tester you will have to encounter with bug fixes and issues like app crashes. This is what is one of the jobs of being a beta tester and if you are not comfortable with it, it is advised that you refrain from submitting an application. But if you are interested, click the source link below to get started with application submission and check further details.

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Asus announces ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program
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