World’s biggest Smartphone Manufacturer Samsung Not Part of Android Q Beta Programme

The search engine giant Google came up with Android Q at the recently concluded Google I/O 2019 event. It also announced and unveiled some key features of the new Android version. Google made sure that this new version will be a big upgrade in terms of user-interface, security, privacy and it will bring new capabilities to Google Assistant.


Android Q beta will be directly available from the official developer’s website. Google revealed that 21 devices from 13 brands to be eligible for directly accessing it. Samsung, despite being the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer is not a part of the beta programme. However, the flagship phones such as Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e will get the Android Pie successor update. Galaxy S9and S9+ are also expected to get the Android 10 update. In late 2020, the Galaxy A and the Galaxy M series are also expected to get the new Android update.

OnePlus, Xiaomi, Huawei, Nokia, Vivo, Oppo, Asus, LG, Realme, Sony, Tecno, and Google itself have partnered for the Android Q Beta Programme. Android 10(Q) update is also expected to come in Motorola devices. Moto G7 and Moto One series will get the update in the later or early 2020.