We have been questioning when the beta for Android Q would land, on condition that previous releases have all occurred at around this time of 12 months. The bug tracker for the Android Q Beta has simply been opened up by Google, and in accordance with the date filter, the beta goes to launch later at the moment, March 11th.
First noticed by XDA-Builders’ Mishaal Rahman, the bug tracker for the Android Q Beta has simply been unveiled to the general public. Should you go to the goo.gl link within the description for bugs which have already been reported, you may be taken to a Subject Tracker search with a date filter for March 11th crammed in. What this implies is that solely experiences made after at this time, March 11th will be seen, in order that solely experiences from most of the people are proven. That is primarily affirmation that the Q Beta might be launched later at present.
If you would like to take a look for your self, hit the supplied hyperlink beneath and swap the dropdown menu below “Part” to the OEM choice. The wait seems to be lastly over, and with more phones expected to get early beta updates this time around, extra folks would possibly get to affix in on the enjoyable. Traditionally, developer previews and betas have been launched on Wednesday, and the screenshot above, taken from a Reddit comment, is reportedly from a Google developer calendar. Here is hoping now we have higher luck on the 13th.