Google I/O 2017 has made registrations for the upcoming Android O beta version live today. Google previously had released the developer preview images back in March, claiming that the new Android version will be the milestone in Android history, which will bring new power and performance optimizations and many new ways to extend your apps.
Google allows you to try out the beta version of the upcoming Android OS and ask you to provide your feedback on it. You can just opt for the beta version update, and you will receive the update through over-the-air (OTA). For now, the Beta version will only be available for the few devices including, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C, Pixel, and Pixel XL.
Android O will be having some new features including, as notification channels, PIP, adaptive icons, and some new APIs autofill, font resources in XML, auto sizing TextView, WebView enhancements etc. Google will release its Stable Version in Q3 2017.
They’ve also mentioned in the opt-in page that the update may contain errors and defects that can affect the normal functioning of your device, so be sure before you go for the update. To enroll for the Android O Beta version sign in from the registration page using your email id and enroll successfully.