Android 12 is here! Not exactly maybe, but the Android 12 Public Beta of the latest Android version has been launched. Google announced the latest Android OS in the Google I/O 2021 event held on May 18, 2021. Although the launched and available version of Android 12 is the first public Beta version of the OS, it does have many of the new features that the OS will be featuring. The OS has a new interface based on a design language called Material You.
List Of Smartphones To Receive Android 12 Public Beta
The stable update for Android 12 will be coming to many devices in few months, but the first public beta update will be limited to selected models of a few manufacturers. Pixel devices are one of the first devices to receive the Beta update for Android 12. But apart from Google’s Pixel smartphones, there are many other phones that will also get this latest Android update in Public Beta testing.
The phones to receive the Android 12 Public Beta are:
- Pixel 3
- Pixel 3 XL
- Pixel 3a
- Pixel 3a XL
- Pixel 4
- Pixel 4 XL
- Pixel 4a
- Pixel 4a 5G
- Pixel 5
- Mi 11
- Mi 11 Ultra
- Mi 11X Pro
- Mi 11i
- OnePlus 9
- OnePlus 9 Pro
- ZenFone 8
- OPPO Find X3 Pro
- realme GT
- SHARP AQUOS R6
- TECNO CAMON 17
- TCL 20 Pro
- iQOO 7 Legend
- ZTE Axon 30 Ultra
- HMD Global
- Nokia X20
As you can see almost all top companies manufacturing Android smartphones have their premium phones receiving the Android 12 Public Beta.
How To Install Android 12 Public Beta On Your Smartphone
First and foremost, to install the Beta version, you will need to enroll in the Beta program. To do so, you have to register your device using your Google account on this link. Once you have enrolled in the Beta program all you have to do is:
- Open the Settings app on your smartphone.
- Tap on the System option in the menu.
- Now click on the System Update option from the available options.
- Then tap on the “Check For Update” option to see if there is an update available for your device.
- If the update is here then simply click on “Download and Install” and once done restart your smartphone to enjoy the update to Android 12.
Note: Being the first Public Beta, there are many chances you face issues with the update. The issues may be bugs because of the system update being in the Beta stage. Moreover, OnePlus has reportedly stopped the update for its OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro devices because some users complained of their phones stuck in BootLoop and the update even bricked some smartphones.
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