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

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

A template explaining how to file bug reports for Android Q Beta was spotted by XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman.

Since there was no word on March 11 or even 12, Android Police is reporting that the Android Q Beta releases on Wednesday, March 13.

The first developer preview for Android Q is expected to arrive soon based on the trend observed a year ago for Android Pie Developer Preview.

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All Android users head over to the Google Play Store whenever they want to download a new app or game and this is why the Android parent can't take any chances with it and it keeps releasing new updates that improve the service's overall performances. That, of course, suggests that the Android Q beta could launch as early as today. The Redditor writes that he got the screengrab from someone who claims that he's a developer at Google and the calendar visible in the image is a "developer calendar of some sort". This time, with Android Q, the smartphone count will go up. The list included several brand new Android handsets, even devices that were not available in stores: Sony Xperia XZ2, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Nokia 7 Plus, Oppo R15 Pro, Vivo X21, OnePlus 6, and Essential PH-1.

Google launched the first Android P Developer Preview build in mid-March past year, but there's a high chance that the first Android Q beta release will drop a few days earlier. Of late, we have heard several features about that Google is planning to bring to the consumers with the Android Q software. If we are lost the first thing that comes to our mind is using Google Maps.

Speaking to the hosts of the Android Developers Backstage podcast, the Project Treble team said the number of companies participating in the Android 10 beta will be bigger than the previous year. I can not share the exact numbers yet.

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