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Android Q Beta Will Be Available For More Phones Than Android Pie Beta

More than 7 non-Google phones will be on Android Q beta

The Android Q Beta bug tracker can be used to report issues related to Android Q Beta only and the testers can star or comment on an issue which has been already posted.

Google released the final version of the Android 9 Pie a year ago and the first phones to get the software update were the Pixels, Nokia 7 Plus, OnePlus 6, some Sony Xperia devices, among others.

It's not clear yet on which other brands and smartphones will be allowed on the Android Q beta programme, more details will be revealed in May at Google's I/O 2019 conference, where Google traditionally showcases beta developer previews of its upcoming flagship Android update. However, previous year things changed when Google allowed non-Pixel phones to its beta programme.

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The beta version of Android Q will be available on more devices than even Android Pie, according to Iliyan Malchev, an Android developer working for Google. The list included, Essential PH-1, Nokia 7 Plus, OnePlus 6, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, Vivo X21 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S. At the very least, it seems like the developer preview for Android Q will be starting soon, but we'll have to wait on Google for official word on when it will kick off.

A template explaining how to file bug reports for Android Q Beta was spotted by XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman. Mark your calendars if you wish to test the early builds of the unreleased OS. That, of course, suggests that the Android Q beta could launch as early as today.

If you have a phone such as a Pixel or a phone that received the Beta a year ago go and charge it and get ready to check out the beginnings of what to expect in Android Q. Generally, we have seen Google launching its new Android Versions around August and we can expect the same this year also. We'll get you started with our best guess, which is Quesito.

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