Android P beta has got some rave reviews from industry insiders, and therefore, many users are encouraged to download and install this Android P beta program on their devices. However, before you go ahead, you need to check the device compatibility and then download and install the Android P beta program.

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Currently, eleven devices support Android P beta program; the devices are Essential Phone, Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Nokia 7 Plus, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, Vivo X21UD, Vivo X21, and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S. If you are using one of the devices, you are eligible to download and install Android P beta program on your Android phone.

How to Download and Install the Android P Beta right now

How to Download and Install Android P Beta Program

For each compatible Android device, we have provided the beta link. You can use that link and download/install Android P beta.

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Phone Download/Install
Essential Phone  Get the Beta
Google Pixel 2  Get the Beta
Google Pixel 2 XL  Get the Beta
Google Pixel  Get the Beta
Google Pixel XL  Get the Beta
Nokia 7 Plus  Get the Beta
Oppo R15 Pro  Get the Beta
Sony Xperia XZ2  Get the Beta
Vivo X21UD  Get the Beta
Vivo X21  Get the Beta
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S  Get the Beta

If you are using Pixel devices, it would be a cakewalk for you to download and install Android P beta program. They can use Android Beta program website and sign up for pre-release versions of Android P. You have to use the same Google account as you are using on your phone. Android will update its version over the next few months.

Once the registration is done, you will receive a notification on your Android device about a system update. Normally, users quickly get notifications, but sometimes, it takes time, as there are millions of users are in a queue for this new update.

For non-Pixel users, they can follow above links provided in the table. However, we have also supplied links for Pixel owners. Non-Pixel users need to have some patience and follow the instructions, and they will be able to use Android P beta program on their Android smartphones.

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