Thu Mar 14 08:53:20 NZDT 2019
'Google said today it is rolling out the first beta version of Android
Q, the newest version of its mobile operating system. The company will
roll out a stable version of Android Q later this year. From a report:
The first beta includes a preview SDK for developers with system
images for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3
XL, and the official Android Emulator. This is the fourth year running
that Google has released the first developer preview of the next
Android version in March -- Android N (later named Android Nougat),
Android O (Android Oreo), and Android P (Android Pie). For the past
two years, Google did not use the Android Beta Program, which lets you
get early Android builds via over-their-air updates on select devices.
That changes with Android Q -- Google is making the first preview
available as a beta, not just as a developer preview. That signals
that it is ready for early adopters to try, in addition to developers.
As before, this preview version will be referred to as Android Q until
Google picks a name starting with that letter.'
-- source: https://developers.slashdot.org/story/19/03/13/196215
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