Android Q Full Smartphone List: When Will My Phone Get Android Q?

Android Q Full Smartphone List: When Will My Phone Get Android Q?

  08 May 2019

Android Q Full Smartphone List: When Will My Phone Get Android Q?We all know very well that the tech giant Google just presented the Android Q in more detail on this Tuesday and, along with it, the tech giant Google has also released the list of smartphones that can run the beta version of the Android Q. For now, currently, there are 23 smartphones are available on the list from 13 manufacturers, and in addition to the entire Pixel line, there are some models from Asus, Huawei, LG, Xiaomi and other well-known brands as well.Android Q Full Smartphone List: When Will My Phone Get Android Q?The tech giant Google just presented the Android Q in more detail on this Tuesday and, along with it, the tech giant Google has also released the list of smartphones that can run the beta version of the Android Q.For now, currently, there are 23 smartphones are available on the list from 13 manufacturers, and in addition to the entire Pixel line, there are some models from Asus, Huawei, LG, Xiaomi and other well-known brands as well.Also Read: Top 7 Best Watermark Apps For Android 2019So, now without wasting much time let’s get started and simply explore the whole list that we have mentioned below. Here’s the list of devices that can install and run the latest version of Android, of course, I am talking about none other than the Android Q (Initially):-Google PixelGoogle Pixel XLGoogle Pixel 2Google Pixel 2 XLGoogle Pixel 3Google Pixel 3 XLGoogle Pixel 3aGoogle Pixel 3a XLAsus Zenfone 5zEssential PH-1Huawei Kill 20 ProLG G8 ThinQNokia 8.1OnePlus 6TOppo RenoRealm 3 ProSony Xperia XZ3Tecno Spark 3 ProVivo X27Vivo NEX SVivo NEX AXiaomi Mi Mix 3 5GXiaomi Mi 9Hence, if you own a Google Pixel smartphone then let me clarify that the process for testing Android Q is very simple. As simply you have to go to the Android Beta page for Pixel and enter your mobile into the program.Within 24 hours, the beta will be released as an update over the air (OTA), after that simply download it, install and restart the device that’s it. It is worth remembering that, in case, if you want to return to the stable version in the future, you will need to delete all your data from your device.While now if we talk about the other smartphones, then the whole installation process of Android Q Beta varies by brand. Basically, the process involves connecting the smartphone to the PC via a USB cable, downloading a system image, and installing the development version in fastboot mode. The links to each manufacturer’s instructions are on this page.Also Read: Best Android Tricks 2019 & Android HacksBut, apart from all these things the most important thing is that, we all know very well that the Android Q is not yet in its final version, hence, the bugs will appear, may cause data loss, device health problems and it may also brick the smartphone as well. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below. And if you liked this post then simply do not forget to share this post with your friends and family.AUTHOR