Android Q’s latest beta is available today, and it’s coming to 15 non-Google phones
The latest version of the Android Q beta is releasing today for all Google Pixel phones, as well as 15 other phones from manufacturers like Sony, OnePlus, Nokia, LG, Asus, Vivo, and Xiaomi. Google made a similar move broadening the pool of beta devices during last year’s I/O, but this is officially the largest swath of devices yet to receive Android beta software — an encouraging sign that maybe, just maybe, Android Q will be made widely available before 2019 ends.
The new update is coming to the original Google Pixel (a somewhat miraculous inclusion, given the phone’s final major update was supposed to be Android Pie), Google’s Pixel 2, and the Pixel 3. Here’s the full list of devices that can enroll in the Android Q beta:
- Asus ZenFone…