How to Install the Android Q Beta 2 on Your Pixel

How to Install the Android Q Beta 2 on Your Pixel

How to Install the Android Q Beta 2 on Your Pixel

One of the best things about using an Android powered smartphone is the fact that you will get access to Google Assistant. Most recently, for example, the phones joined the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL by offering the first public taste of Android Q. It also stated that since it is a beta version, the software is likely to have rough edges causes issues to its users so it is advised to not install the Beta 2 on your main smartphone.

That's because listings for two phones suspected to be the Pixel 3a and 3a XL have appeared on Google Play. The phone will succeed Pixel 3 that was launched in October previous year. As noticed by Android Police, URLs for the Pixel 2 at the company's store now simply take users to the newer Pixel 3 instead. It offered a great stock Android experience, industry-leading camera performance, a build that's the best Google has pushed out in the Pixel line-up, and a design that was decidedly pretty good for its time as well.

Note: This is a one-day deal, so don't mull it over too long, or you'll miss your opportunity to save.

We have to give Google praise for coming up with such an innovative feature that is not just useful, but very fun at the same time. Today, however, a rather significant leak might be giving away some specifications for both phones, and it's all Google's fault.

The refurbished Pixel 3 XL is sold under Amazon's "Renewed" program where shoppers can find "pre-owned and refurbished products that are inspected and tested to work and look like new".

Of course, all signs point to Google having a different solution to the entry-level Android question in mind. While many are speculating that this has something to do with the budget Pixel 3 Lite supposedly on its way to challenge the iPhone XR, it is simply a continuation of a trend started past year when Google stopped selling the original Pixel.

Donald Trump Predicts U.S.-China Trade Deal Determination Within 4 Weeks
Trump to Pick Former Presidential Candidate Herman Cain for Fed Seat