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Google’s Android 15 Beta 1 is out for Pixel devices 

Here’s one big news for all Android fans and tech enthusiasts, Google has finally released the highly anticipated Android 15 Beta 1 for its Pixel devices. Notably, this latest update makes the Android operating system more exciting and innovative with a set of new features and optimizations.

Android 15 Beta 1 Pixel devices

The first beta update of Android 15 is available for several Pixel devices including Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, Pixel Fold, Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, as well as the Android Emulator. Accordingly, the update has arrived with build AP31.240322.018.

If you own any of the Pixel devices and were enrolled in the Android Beta Program, then be ready, as the notification of this first beta can reach you anytime through the over-the-air method. Accordingly, Google will unveil Android 15 – the next iteration of Android OS at  I/O 2024 next month.


Notably, this latest beta version will allow Pixel device owners to test and experience the features of the Android 15 operating system before its official release. Simultaneously, the users can share their suggestions and report bugs to make the software more precise and smooth.

Some of the key highlights of Android 15 Beta are Archived apps, E2eeContactKeysManager, fingerprint recognition on supported devices, restriction for unauthorized foreground app launches, and more. The update also resolves several bugs found in the previous version and includes the April 2024 security patch.

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Google’s Android 15 Beta 1 is out for Pixel devices 

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