Yesterday, March 13, proved to be a pretty exciting day. Why? Google launched the first public beta for Android Q!
The beta is available now for all Pixel, Pixel 2, and Pixel 3 phones and allows early adopters to start messing around with Google's next big Android version before anyone else.
Taking a gander through the AC forums, it looks like a lot of folks are eager to do so.
What about you? Did you download the Android Q beta?
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