The first Android P developer preview was released in March, with the second Android P developer preview, known as Android P Beta, released at Google I/O in May previous year and featuring several OEMs in the beta programme. Mishaal and the folks at Android Police are hypothesising that this is "confirmation" that the Android Q Beta will be dropping today.
This year we could see OEM's like Samsung, Huawei, LG along with RealMe could be a part of the Android Q Beta testing programme.
Malchev, a Google employee, stated that what enabled the company to offer beta versions to other manufacturers ahead of official release was something called Project Treble.
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Adding fuel to the speculation is an interesting new Geekbench listing for an unknown device running Android Q. Though the device model isn't stated outright, its "walleye" motherboard is, which basically confirms that we're looking at a listing for the Pixel 2.
We always love to hear about the new Android version and its features. If it's similar to Android Pie in release schedule, we might even seen the first developer previews landing very soon. The number is bigger for the upcoming Android release, which I am very happy about.
To report an issue, the tester needs to give as much information as they can in there report and it should at least include information like the Android Beta built that they are using, the device that is being used, the procedure to reproduce the problem and few more which are listed on the tracker. But the trend is positive and strong, and I am very happy about this. It's likely that the first Android Q beta will be available on some of this year's hottest flagships, in addition to the Pixel 3 series.