It seemed that at any time the first beta of the new Android Q would be available. That moment is finally here, and Google has already made available to us the first trial version of its operating system.
However, things are a little different than originally planned. The only compatible smartphones so far are the Google Pixel since its first generation. This scenario thus contradicts reports that this version would be available for more equipment than its predecessor.
So from now on, everyone with a Pixel smartphone can experience what new Android Q has to offer us. However, it should be noted from the outset that this is a very early version of this operating system and susceptible to various bugs and bugs.
The first beta of Android Q is now available but for now only for Pixel
So if you own a Google Pixel, and want to try Android Q now, you should register on this page. Here you will find all the necessary information, as well as the usual warnings for the mishaps this software may bring.
What new brings this version of Android Q?
The main features of this compilation are security. For example, from now on you will have greater control over applications with access to your videos, photos and downloads.
Secondly, Android Q will limit applications that will interrupt you in your tasks. From now on, only notifications classified as top priority may overlap with notifications you are using at any given time.
Third, we have a new way to share content with third parties. Called Sharing Shortcuts, it will take you directly to another application whenever you want to share files with your friends.
The new Android Q also brings new video and audio codecs for a better multimedia experience. In addition, Google includes enhancements to ART that will allow applications to take less time to boot and require less power.
Many more news will surely come in the coming days, as developers start testing the new Android Q. As these are revealed we will also realize what is most important Google has been developing. In addition, if more equipment is added to the compatible list, we will not be reluctant to inform you either.
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