Android Q beta available for Pixel phones

Google on Wednesday released the first beta of Android Q, the next version of its popular mobile operating system. Early adopters can get started by enrolling any Pixel device, including the original Pixel and Pixel XL. The search giant said a preview software development kit (SDK) is also available Wednesday for developers.

Android Q brings “a number of additional privacy and security features,” Google said in a blog post, as well as new camera capabilities, faster app startup, enhancements for foldable devices, and more.

The company said it’ll have more to share about Android Q at Google I/O in May.

 

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