Android Q official annoucement is on its way, and Google has already released a couple of Android Q betas for the Pixel phones, giving us an early insight on what the new iteration of Android might command.
There are a lot changes in Android Q, but the main quiz on everyone’s mind is whether their phones will be getting the Android Q update or not. Well, these are the phones that should be getting the Android Q update:
Here are the Phones that Will Get Android Q
It’s pretty obvious that Google’s Pixel line up of smartphones will definitely be getting the Android Q update, and yes, that includes the original Pixel and Pixel XL, at least if the beta builds are anything to go by.
- Pixel, Pixel XL
- Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
- Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL
Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus may not be the fastest to push out new versions of Android, but it should be rolling the update out to a bunch of its phones:
- OnePlus 5
- OnePlus 5T
- OnePlus 6
- OnePlus 6T
The upcoming OnePlus 7 will also obviously be getting the Android Q update.
There’s no telling how far back Samsung might go in bringing Android Q to its phones, but there are a couple of phones that should most definitely be getting the Android Q update:
- Galaxy S10, S10+, S10E
- Galaxy S9, S9+
- Note 9
The Note 10, which should be here later this year will also obviously get Android Q.
Huawei’s flagships should also get the latest Android Q update in the form of an EMUI update somewhere down the line. We’re expecting that the following Huawei phones will definitely get Android Q:
- P30 and P30 Pro
- Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 X
- P20 Pro and P20 Lite
- Honor View 20
Motorola hasn’t always had the best track record with Android updates, but we’re expecting at least some Moto phones to get the Android Q update:
- Moto One
- Moto One Power (Android One)
- Moto Z3
- Moto Z3 Play
- Moto G7 series
Nokia has a plethora of smartphones under its belt, and since all of them are under the Android One program, they should be receiving the Android Q update over time:
- Nokia 9 PureView
- Nokia 8.1
- Nokia 8.1 Sirocco
- Nokia 7 Plus
- Nokia 7.1
- Nokia 6.1
- Nokia 6.1 Plus
- Nokia 5.1
- Nokia 5.1 Plus
- Nokia 3.1
- Nokia 3.1 Plus
Asus should also be updating at least some of its smartphones to Android Q, including its flagships and some Android One phones that it has launched:
- ZenFone Max Pro M2
- ZenFone 5Z
- ROG Phone
Asus should also be launching a new ZenFone flagship this year, and that should also get the Android Q update when it starts rolling out.
The following phones from LG should also most definitely be getting the Android Q update soon:
- LG V40 ThinQ
- LG G7 ThinQ
Anyway, we’re waiting on companies to release their confirmed list of phones that they’ll be updating to Android Q, and we’ll definitely update this article when we get it, so keep checking back often.
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