Google unveiled its next mobile operating system–Android O at its I/O conference yesterday. As every Android OS released by the company, Android O isn’t left out, as it brings about better user experience, enhanced notifications, better system management and others.
It’s of Google’s tradition over the years to roll out Beta versions of its next operating system, to interested users with compatible devices. Supported devices include Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Huawei Nexus 6P, LG Nexus 5X, and Asus Nexus Player.
If you have any of the mentioned devices and you want to try out Android O, Then head over here. But remember, Beta versions are unstable.
The final stable version of Android O is however expected to be hitting devices before the end of August.