More phones than ever will get early access to Android 10

More phones than ever will get early access to Android 10

As Mishaal notes, Google's Android Q Beta Issue Tracker has a default date filter of March 11th. And Google may drop the first Android Q beta as soon as Monday according to a discovery. Now, a Google executive has revealed that more brands and smartphones will be on board with the Android Q beta programme, making it available on many more devices.

Malchev doesn't say exactly who else is going to be included in the beta program for Android Q, but as well as the companies we've already listed, it would seem Samsung, HTC, LG and Huawei could be among those included this time around.

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Illiyan: Yeah, in fact it was fully due to Treble. Generally, we have seen Google launching its new Android Versions around August and we can expect the same this year also. And I think it was for the first time we had all of these companies line up to do developer previews and betas for Android Pie well ahead of the AOSP publication date. The first Android P developer preview was released in March, with the second Android P developer preview, known as Android P Beta, released at Google I/O in May a year ago and featuring several OEMs in the beta programme. The number is bigger for the upcoming Android release, which I am very happy about. When Google released the first Android P beta previous year, it supported a variety of devices not just the Pixel 2. In 2018, it was 7 OEM's, excluding Google, have got the access to test Android Pie on the devices and those were, Essential Phone, OnePlus 6, Nokia 7 Plus, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Vivo X21, Oppo R15 Pro and Sony's Xperia XZ2. But the trend is positive and strong, and I am very happy about this.

Iliyan Malchev, a Project Treble development team member, went on the Android Developers Backstage podcast to talk about the progress on his ongoing effort to streamline the incredibly clunky software update process. This indicates that the beta could be launched today and we are eagerly waiting for it.

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