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Android Q beta: Is your smartphone compatible?

Android Q beta: Is your smartphone compatible?

By  Daniel Camilo 2019-05-09 187 0

In total, 21 smartphones are already compatible with the beta 3 of Android Q. In addition to pixels, 12 brands have joined Google.

Android Q beta


Thanks to its project Trebble, Google is now able to adapt much faster versions of Android to smartphones from third-party manufacturers. At its I / O 2019 conference, the company announced that a total of 21 smartphones were already compatible with the beta 3 of Android Q, thanks to a partnership with 12 brands. Other mobiles will follow shortly, like the OnePlus 7 Pro.


If your smartphone appears in the list below, it is eligible for the Google beta program. Visit android.com/beta to find out how to install it. We advise you all the same to be careful, a beta always comes with bugs.  


Compatible smartphones

Asus 
•   ZenFone 5Z


Essential 
•   Essential Phone


Huawei 
• Mate 20 Pro


LG 
•   G8 ThinQ


Nokia 
•   Nokia 8.1


OnePlus 
• OnePlus 6T 
• (OnePlus 7 Pro at launch)


Oppo 
•   Reno


Realme 
• 3 Pro


Sony 
• Xperia XZ3


Tecno 
•   Spark 3 Pro


vivo 
•   X27 
• Nex S 
• Nex A


Xiaomi 
• Mi 9 
• Mi Mix 3 5G


Google 
• Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL 
• Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL 
• Pixel and Pixel XL


Once again, the big missing is Samsung, still unable to be in the first to offer updates. It was not until early 2019 to see Android Pie on Galaxy S9 and Note 9.  

 

 You may also want to read:
 Android Q: Google will probably replace the back button with a gesture - so it can be activated
  Google 2019 Preview: Android Q
 Android Q: Google tests Swipe Back gesture in the style of iPhone X navigation

 

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