Android O is just the major talking points at the Google I/O 2017 keynote, though we had to wait till the end to find out what the next build of the mobile OS will be all about. Along with revealing some of the features, Google announced that the new Android O Developer Preview 2 will be available to download as a beta release for the public. This means you can test out all the upcoming features of the successor of Android Nougat ahead of others, provided you have a Nexus or Pixel smartphone. If you are wondering where to download the system images and how to install Android O on your phone , to find it read this full post we share you complete detailiin this post :-

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How Android O Beta Works ?

The Android Beta Program gives you an opportunity to try out pre-release versions of Android and provide feedback. Devices that you opt in to the program will receive an over-the-air (OTA) update to the latest beta version of Android O. The updates that you’ll receive as a part of this program are pre-release versions, and may contain errors and defects that can affect normal functioning of your device (see known issues). The feedback that you provide on the Beta program will help us to identify and fix issues, and make the platform even better.

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If you were previously enrolled in the Android N Beta Program, you must enrol again to receive Android O. You may remain in the Android Beta Program beyond the initial O release, to preview future Android O maintenance releases (MRs). If you choose to do so, you will automatically get an OTA update to pre-release versions of the MRs as they become available. At the end of the program, you will begin to receive regular public updates.

You may opt-out of the program at any time to return to the stable, public version of Android. Note: If you opt out when your device is running a beta version of Android, all user data on the device will be wiped.

Which Devices Are Eligible For Android O :-

Since Android O is still under development,so there are no phones officially support it, but we do have an idea of the devices it will come to first.

In fact, theere are the same handsets in which you can download the Android O developer preview.

These following phones are eligible for Android O :-

    Nexus 5X
    Nexus 6P
    Google Pixel
    Google Pixel XL

Notice a theme? Yep, they're all Google own-brand devices, and they're likely to be the first to get access to the final build of Android O later this year.

It follows that the first handset to ship with Android O will almost certainly be the Google's Pixel 2 smartphone, which we're expecting to see launch in autumn.

After that, it's a bit of a minefield as Android manufacturers look to adapt their in-house software touches and skins to Google's new OS, and timelines for Android O will vary dramatically.

However, based on past experience, we can say that Moto smartphones – which run virtually stock Android – tend to be front of the queue when it comes to third-party hardware.