During the first great day of Google’s I / O event yesterday afternoon 18th, the company revealed big important details regarding the future of the search platform, and of course also We introduced the new Android 12 With a well-deserved redesign of the platform.
Still at the event, we learned about the companies that will be participating in the first wave of OS testing, with brands like Xiaomi, Oppo and OnePlus offering betas on some of their devices, but major manufacturers like Samsung have come out.
a Samsung It is a strange example because at the same time the company is working alongside Google to develop The new Android Wear for smartwatches, Their smartphones will not be eligible for the beta version of Android 12. The option is to focus more on One UI, which is a dedicated interface that should be launched in the beta version in the coming months with the new Android 12.
The largest number of smartphones that will be upgraded to the first beta version of Android 12 is with Xiaomi, as the Mi 11 series phones receive the update, including two variants of Mi 11i, Mi 11X and Redmi K40 Pro.
OnePlus ranks second with two members of the OnePlus 9 line. Newly announced models such as Asus’ Zenfone 8 and ZTE’s Axon 30 Ultra 5G are also part of the first wave, in addition to smartphones from Oppo, Vivo and Realme. , Sharp, Nokia, Tecno and TCL. Check out a complete list below.
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