The Android Q developer preview, an early version of the major Android update planned for later this year, may launch today. The speculation arrives via XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman (h/t ^( ) based on findings in Google’s Android Q bug tracker.
In the issue tracker, which Google recently made viewable to the public, Google provides a link (highlighted in red in the image below) to a page where you can view previously reported bugs. To access the page, you must^( and select the OEM option from the drop-down menu.
If you click through the highlighted link, you’ll be^( , which, as you can see, has the March 11 date already filled in.
This suggests the tracker will begin to feature bug reports from today onwards, indicating that Android Q will also arrive before the day is done.
We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for this, but if it does launch today like^( , Google Pixel owners should be able to test out the software themselves.
Excited? Let me know what you hope for from Android Q in the comments.
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