The next iteration of Android is almost here, and we got some more information on what it means in this week's developer conference for Google I / O.
Android Q should roll out later this year, but if you can't wait, a beta version is available for download now. Be warned though. It's probably a bit more buggy than the version of the operating system you have on your current device and is intended for tech savvy Android enthusiasts.
Google has still released the third version of Android Q beta, so even if it doesn't include all the features that the finished product will have, stability has increased and bugs fixed. So if you want to poke around, here is how to download Android Q beta, and what to try first.