During the Google I/O 2019 Conference, Google released a new beta of the next version of Android – Android 10 Q Beta 3.

It’s now available to download for a total of 23 smartphones from 12 brands! This means more people can try out the software to find bugs and contribute feedback before its official launching a few months from now.


List of Smartphones Compatible w/ Android 10 Q Beta 3

#BrandSmartphoneAndroid Q Beta
1ASUSASUS Zenfone 5ZDownload
2EssentialEssential PhoneDownload
3GoogleGoogle Pixel 3a XLDownload
4GoogleGoogle Pixel 3aDownload
5GoogleGoogle Pixel 3 XLDownload
6GoogleGoogle Pixel 3Download
7GoogleGoogle Pixel 2 XLDownload
8GoogleGoogle Pixel 2Download
9GoogleGoogle Pixel XLDownload
10GoogleGoogle PixelDownload
11HuaweiHuawei Mate 20 ProDownload
12LGLG G8 ThinQDownload
13NokiaNokia 8.1Download
14OnePlusOnePlus 6TDownload
15OPPOOPPO RenoDownload
16RealmeRealme 3 ProDownload
17SonySony Xperia XZ3Download
18TechnoTechno Spark 3 ProDownload
19VivoVivo X27Download
20VivoVivo Nex SDownload
21VivoVivo Nex ADownload
22XiaomiXiaomi Mi 9Download
23XiaomiXiaomi Mi Mix 3 5GDownload
Source: Google Developers


Project Treble

The main reason why many smartphones are compatible with Android 10 Q Beta 3 is Project Treble. It’s a feature introduced in Android Oreo that allows easier software upgrades to new versions of Android.

Other smartphones running on Android Oreo and up that are Project Treble compliant might be able to get a taste of Android 10 Q too using the Android Q Generic System Image.

However, it has several known bugs and only provides core functions. It’s solely meant for app compatibility testing by developers.


Beta Warning

Using the Android 10 Q Beta 3 and Generic System Image will erase data on your device. It’s made available for testing purposes only, not general use.