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Like last year’s beta release of Android Pie, Google has allowed the Android Q Developer Previews to support some non-Pixel devices. Announced at Google I/O 2019, there are 15 non-Pixel smartphones eligible for the Android 10 Beta, including 2017’s Essential PH-1.

With a few steps, you can enjoy the latest version of Android once again on your Essential Phone before it officially unveils in late-summer, early-fall. It comes as no surprise that Google includes Essential in the Android Q Beta. Not only is Essential run by Android co-founder Audy Rubin, but Essential Phone is one of the few… more