This week Google released the second Android O beta ahead of the official launch later this summer. You don’t need to be a developer or need to flash any scary files to try what’s coming next. All you need is a compatible device like the Pixel and to enroll in the beta.
Our guide will go over everything you need to know about the Pixel Android O update. We’ll address the improvements, new features, performance, and how to downgrade back to Android 7.0 Nougat. Not to mention potential Google Pixel Android O problems and what you need to know moving forward.
Google mentions it may contain errors or bugs that could affect how your phone functions, so keep that in mind. In fact, there’s a list of known problems in the beta release notes you may want to glance over before installing it. Some of those include performance issues, poor battery life, user interface glitches, Bluetooth drops, a slow camera and even WiFi bugs.
The official Google Pixel Android O update is still a few months away. Once the 3rd and 4th betas arrive we’ll update this roundup with more info about performance, battery life, and detail any new features.