Last year, Android rolled 9 Piece in beta form on Essential, Nokia, OnePlus, Oppo, Sony, Vivo and Xiaomi and Google Pixels handsets, and this year, even more manufacturers will join Android beta portion.
As Android police reports, Iliyan Malchev from the Google Project Treble team revealed the movement in a discussion on the podcast Android Developers Backstage.
Project Treble is Google's move to make it easier for mobile companies to update Android on their devices, separating the actual Android code from the layers that these other companies add to the top – which would mean that updates are delayed faster.
Malchev doesn't say exactly who should be included in the beta program for Android Q, but as well as the companies we have already listed, it seems that Samsung, HTC, LG and Huawei may be among those included this time .
The most common Android version is still Android 6.x Marshmallow, launched in 201
Adding more phones to the Android Q beta, as well as the ongoing efforts with Project Treble, would help reverse these characters.
I don't know too much about what Android Q will bring with it – Face ID style logins have been enlightened, so you log in to your phone and make purchases with your face, and it's also talked about a system-wide dark position.
We should hear much more at the Google IO Developer Conference 2019, which runs on May 7. It's the event where Google usually teases new features for the next version of Android and provides information on what the beta version will mean.