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Google has launched Android Q’s first beta version

Yes, Google has officially launched Android Q’s beta version and it is now available for all Pixel devices. Although it has not been officially named it being called Android Q.

All Pixel devices including the Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are going to get this beta update. To get the Android Q beta, one has to register with Google’s Android Beta program and yes, of course, you need to have a Pixel Device. Once the registration is complete you can easily access the beta version and this time it is believed that it has been made more stable than before. As promised by google the pixel devices must be getting Android 9.0 pie but Google is offering Android Q instead.

I don’t know if it is a blessing or curse for Pixel users but we will soon know from the reviews on the internet and trusted sources of Harpal news. Till then goodbye and have a nice day ahead

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