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Android Q beta is now available for 21 devices from 13 OEMs

08 May 2019 2

Google showcased Android Q beta 3 at Google I/O 2019 keynote last night. It talked about different features and improvements that will be coming with the next major Android version. It further went on to announce that Android Q beta is now available for anyone to try with eligibility for a total of 21 smartphones from 13 OEMs.

While Android beta has been available for Pixel devices for years now, Google has now expanded to many other device makers including OnePlus, Realme, Xiaomi, Huawei, LG, Essential, Sony, and Oppo. The complete list of eligible devices is given below where you can check if your particular phone is supported or not.

If you own a Google Pixel device and have already installed any of the Android Q beta builds, you will be receiving the latest beta via OTA anytime soon. As for other device owners, click the source link below to know all the steps needed to be followed installing the beta build.



Android Q beta is now available for 21 devices from 13 OEMs
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