Android P beta support page goes live with links to download the Beta
According to the Android P timeline, Google has announced Android P with a bunch of new features, updates and a myriad of improvements. The company gave away the beta version of the OS to test in a number of devices.
For the first developer preview, Google has created a support page that lists the entire device that supports this beta version. The download link is provided along with a hot link to report an issue and a support page for that device.
At this moment, the Android P Beta is available for Google Pixel and the Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL 2, the Essential Phone, the Nokia 7 Plus, Oppo R15 Pro, Vivo X21 and the X21 UD, Sony Xperia X72 and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S. If you own a device from the list above you can get a test of Android P which is made possible because of Project Treble. For downloading just head to the page and select your device.
Being a beta version, you can expect some bugs and glitches but should be stable. For downloading just head to the page and select your device. The new beta version comes with features like App time – showing how much time you spend in every app, Do not disturb mode for filtering notifications, Gesture navigations through the on-screen navigation buttons are still there, editing screenshots, adaptive battery.
The next developer’s preview is expected to launch next month.