At I/O 2018 event, Google rollout first public beta version of Android P. Google announced a bunch of new feature to an upcoming Android P. The feature includes a gesture interface, optimizations of battery, and a simplified dashboard which gives you an overview of the time you’ve spent on your device.
Android P beta is now available for download on all Pixel phones. Also, the update for Android P beta is not limited to Google device, some selected flagship devices can also download the beta version of Android P. The list of a flagship device which is compatible with Android P beta version includes OnePlus, Sony, Essential, Vivo, Oppo, Xiaomi, Nokia and more.
List of Devices Compatible with Android P Beta:
- Essential Phone (download)
- Nokia 7 plus (download)
- Oppo R15 Pro (download)
- Sony Xperia XZ2 (download)
- Vivo X21UD (download)
- Vivo X21 (download)
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S (download)
- Google Pixel 2 (download)
- Google Pixel 2 XL (download)
- Google Pixel (download)
- Google Pixel XL (download)
The installation method for an above-listed smartphone will vary depending on each device. Also, you have to manually flash all the files of Android P on your smartphone. As Android P is still in beta stage, so it might expect some bugs. Also, check what’s new in Android P.
In addition to above list, the upcoming device such as OnePlus 6 will also support Android P Beta version. You can signup in Android Beta program, to receive the first beta updates right via the normal software update. Moreover, you can’t downgrade to your previous Android version if you face any issue with Android P beta. Do check the list and install the Android P beta on your device. Also, share your feedback in our comment section below.
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