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Confirmed: These Huawei and Honor phones will get Android Q

In Games, Apps, and OS, Phones by Ramon Lopez3 Comments

The first stable public release of Android Q isn’t expected to roll out to Android devices until August later this year.

But it would appear that Huawei has already jumped the gun when it announced the list of phones that are in line to receive Google’s next major software update. It’s the first Android partner to make such an announcement, which covers flagship models released recently.

The list includes the following phones under the Huawei brand:

These Honor handsets will also be updated to Android Q:

Unfortunately, Huawei has yet to provide a timeline for the software upgrade, but the company will likely release a forecast once Android Q becomes stable and drops on devices within the next few months.

SEE ALSO: These smartphones can already install Android Q

In the meantime, you can try out the Android Q Beta 3 update for the Mate 20 Pro now, if you don’t mind the bugs and unfinished features. There’s a step-by-step guide in this link with clear instructions to get you on the right path.

We’re still months away from a final build, so Huawei is probably not done listing devices that will officially get Android Q

It’s also worth noting that we’re still months away from a final build, so Huawei is probably not done listing devices that will officially get Android Q. Hopefully, we’ll see more phones and tablets added to the list soon. Nonetheless, it’s encouraging to see that the technology giant is making a serious effort to adopt the next version of Android this early.

Huawei phones that will get Android Q update: Announcement made on Weibo via Revu Philippines

The announcement we saw in our feed on Weibo, plus a bigger version of the image included in the reveal

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 11 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.