Google has released the first beta for Android Q, and with it a number of great new features — including faster sharing, better control over permissions like location, and more. Here are our top five favorite new features in Android Q.
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The first Android Q beta is now available to download and test on all the Pixel phones Google released so far, including the first-gen Pixel phones, which Google is still supporting “by popular demand.” A report a few days ago said Android Q would be available on even more non-Pixel handsets than Android P, but that’s probably an announcement that’s coming down the road.
The first beta for Google’s next-generation mobile operating system, Android Q, is finally here — and you can download and install it yourself. Here’s how to download and install the Android Q beta.
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Google this afternoon launched the Android Q Beta for all Pixel phones. Renamed from Developer Previews, this and future releases are considered “betas.” In total, there will be six updates starting today until the public release in Q3 of 2019.