Google has officially unveiled the Android O Beta Program during Google I/O 2017. The company has started taking registrations for the upcoming Android O beta program. It will let users with a supported device test the next release of the Android operating system before its final stable release.
Eligible Devices: Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player and Pixel C
Google released Android O developer preview images back in March, but Google has advised non-developers not to risk running that. But now the company has announced the Android O Beta program for all the users with eligible devices. Google said that Android O will bring new power and performance optimizations and many new ways to extend your apps.
Where to register for Android O Beta Program?
If you want to try the Android O beta on your device, you need to head to the Android beta registration page and choose the “Enroll Device” option for the eligible device you want to test it on. Once enrolled, you will get OTA updates for beta releases. If you were previously enrolled in the Android N Beta Program, you must enroll again to receive Android O, said Google.
There should be three beta builds for Android O coming over the next few months. The final version of Android O will probably hit the supported devices in Q3 2017.