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How to download the Android P beta

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How to download the Android P beta

Android P has been presented a couple of weeks ago with several new features that can be enjoyed on Android devices. To do this you will only have to download the file with this version and in a couple of seconds, you will have the new version of the most used OS.

The download of this version comes thanks to Project Treble, a support that allows mobile developers to launch updates constantly and in an organized manner.

As for the features that have been added, we have a new launcher with finer finishes, some gestures seen on the iPhone X (1 touch to go to the Home, slide once up to go to the next or previous app and slide two times up to open all applications) and also a much more advanced battery manager. With this 3 news is more than enough to want to download the beta of this OS.

Mobile phones in which you can download the beta of Android P, for now

It has been revealed that for now Android P is only available in a limited number of smartphones. These are the following:

• Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

• Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.

• Nokia 7 Plus.

• Essential Phone PH-1.

• The new OnePlus 6.

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• Oppo R15 Pro.

• Live X21 and X21 UD.

• Sony Xperia XZ2.

At the moment only the compatibility of these phones with Android P has been confirmed. Surely in the coming weeks more terminals will be added to the list.

Download beta of Android P

The steps to download this version on your mobile are very simple:

• Go to this link on the official Android P page from your computer.
• Log in with your Google data that is configured on your mobile and press OK to confirm the download.
• Then, go to your smartphone’s settings and select the About Phone> System Updatesoption and wait for the file to download automatically; It weighs approximately 1.2 GB. After that you will be enjoying the aforementioned news.

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