Android Q is official now as announced in Google I/O 2019.The beta version 3 is also out for developers.But currently only a select partners are providing the Android Q image for the developers. In this post we have compiled all the links for different mobile manufacturers who are accepting beta testing for Android Q.
List of third party phones supported for Android Q beta 3
- Essential actually has an app you can download so that you can skip ADB and get OTA updates for the PH-1. Download the app from here.
- Huawei is limiting participation for its Mate 20 Pro Beta to developers who have at least one app published on Google Play.
- LG (Known issues include a capacity limitation on microSD support of 32GB and Wi-Fi hotspot being broken.)
- HMD Global is limiting participation for its Nokia 8.1 Beta to those registered in its Nokia Developers program.
NOTE:- Non-Chinese versions of models TA-1119, TA-1121, and TA-1128 will be accepted. A rollback image to the stable version of Android Pie won’t be available until May 16.
NOTE:- One Plus 6T users not recommended to use the beta.
- Realme 3 Pro.
- Vivo .(Updates will come in July and in August after the official Android Q build is published.)
Wonder your device is supported or not?
If you are unsure if your device is ready for Android Q beta update or not then visit the Google supported device page.