Updated May 21, 2019 (12:34 PM ET): Due to the U.S. government sanctions on Huawei, Google has pulled Android Q support for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The list below has been updated to reflect this change.
Google recently released the first two public beta builds of Android Q. However, those betas can only be tested on Pixel devices.
At Google I/O 2019, Google revealed that a total of 23 devices from 12 OEMs will support Android Q beta 3, allowing people without Pixel devices to give Android Q a shot. Those downloads will be available today.
Last year, for the first time ever, public beta testing of Android P — which eventually became Android 9 Pie — was open to numerous devices outside of Google’s own line of Pixel and Nexus smartphones. That list included devices from OnePlus, Sony, Oppo, HMD Global (Nokia), Xiaomi, and more.
The amount of compatible devices is doubled this year.
Keep in mind, you will have to completely wipe your device to install the Android Q beta. Obviously, since this is beta software, you will also face bugs and problems using Android Q. Keep that in mind before jumping on the install.
Below is the complete list of devices that support the Android Q beta. If you want to install it on your compatible phone, check out this step-by-step guide on the process.
- Google Pixel and Pixel XL
- Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL
- Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
- Asus ZenFone 5Z
- Essential PH-1
- HMD Global Nokia 8.1
Huawei Mate 20 Pro
- LG G8 ThinQ
- OnePlus 6/6T/7/7 Pro
- Oppo Reno
- Realme 3 Pro
- Sony Xperia XZ3
- Tecno Spark 3Pro
- Vivo X27
- Vivo NEX S
- Vivo NEX A
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G
- Xiaomi Mi 9
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