With the consistent and upward growth of Android, the smartphones using the said operating system are witnessing sky-rocketing sales year-after-year. After the arrival of Android 8 – Oreo, smartphone manufacturers have worked really hard on the delivery of regular updates to their users. After the Google Pixel family, Huawei / Honor models will be the first to be updated to Android 10 Q. In this regard, Beta testing is already available for Huawei Mate 20 Pro and you can already try it.
How to become a Huawei Mate 20 Pro beta tester for Android Q?
Becoming a beta-tester seems like a cool thing, but some people consider the procedure to achieve the title very difficult. We are here to eradicate that perception. Signing up for Android 10 Q’s beta testing is as easy as anything. In order to become part of the beta testing of Android 10 Q on Huawei Mate 20 Pro here is the procedure to follow. First, download the app on your smartphone, then log in with your Huawei ID (create it if you don’t already have it). Then click on Personal / Join Project / Available Project and log in to Join Beta Campaign. Once this is done, you should automatically receive the OTA update notification. The best part about beta testing is that you can pull out of the program whenever you want by retrieving your previous OS version. In that case, just go to the appropriate section in the Huawei Beta Club app and click on “Sign out”.
Google I/O 2019 Developer Conference
Google’s premium Operating System, commonly known as Android, launched almost a decade ago. Since that, the number of devices using it has only increased. Android’s senior director, Stephanie Cuthbertson, announced at the Google I/O 2019 developer conference that the Android system now has about 2.5 billion devices worldwide. However, the actual number of Android users should be more than the figure given above. The above-mentioned statistic is based on the number of registered Google Play Store devices and Google Play users. Countries like China have non-Google Play Store devices which automatically rules them out of the statistical analysis.