Typically, these betas have been limited to Google’s own smartphones, but with Android P, you can load the update onto a few devices from other companies as well. This is the widest mix of products that have had day-one access to a beta of a new version of Android, and we’ve got Project Treble to thank for that. Here’s the list of what’s supported:

  • Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL
  • Pixel / Pixel XL
  • Essential Phone
  • Sony Xperia XZ2
  • OnePlus 6 (coming soon)
  • Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
  • Nokia 7 Plus
  • Oppo R15 Pro
  • Vivo X21
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If you have a Pixel phone, the process is as easy as heading over to the Android Beta Program website and signing up for access to pre-release versions of Android P that will be updated over the next few months. Make sure you’re signed into Google with the account tied to the phone you’ll be using.

After you register, you’ll get a notification on your device about a system update being available. That’s Android P! Usually, it doesn’t take long to get that prompt, but since a ton of people will be rushing to install the new update today, you might have to wait a bit