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Android P Beta Available For Non-Pixel Devices Including OnePlus 6 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Google pushes Android P beta beyond the Pixel devices

Android P Beta Available For Non-Pixel Devices Including OnePlus 6 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Android P beta was released by Google on Tuesday along with some of the features details. The preview of the upcoming Android version was dropped by the company in March but that didn't reveal much. Now, the beta version came with new features and upgrades for the platform that we have never heard about. Moreover, for the first time, Google pushed the Android beta version for the non-Pixel devices. 

We all know that Google always delivers the beta version of its operating systems only to its own devices including Pixel and Nexus smartphones. But, for the very first time, we are experiencing an expansion in the service. This time Google announced that the Android P beta is available for several devices including Nokia 7 Plus and OnePlus 6

At Google I/O 2018, the company announced that it will be rolling out the second Android P developer preview and Android P Beta. Th registered devices will get the update and the interested developers can register themselves by following the process shared by Google. 

According to the Android developer page, Google released the Android P beta for the following smartphones

  1. Essential Phone
  2. Google Pixel 2
  3. Google Pixel 2XL
  4. Google Pixel 
  5. Google Pixel XL
  6. Nokia 7 Plus
  7. Oppo R15 Pro
  8. Sony Xperia XZ2
  9. Vivo X2IUD
  10. Vivo X21
  11. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Google mentioned that under the Project Treble it was working to release the latest OS beta version for the devices from its partners. With this change, a number of users get the opportunity to experience the latest and far most advanced version of the Android. As per the company’s latest update on Android P beta the OEM’s are managing the Android P beta update for their respective devices. The Pixel users can hit this link download the beta version. On the other hand, Google didn't mention the OnePlus 6 on the page as it is yet to be launched. OnePlus’ website states that the Android P beta will be available for the device on 16 May after the launch of the phone. 

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