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Beta 1 version of Android 15 released, new features will be available first in these phones

Android 15: The first public beta version of Android 15 has been released. This upcoming Android operating system, which was in developer preview for the past few weeks, is now available as a beta version for general users.

Let’s discuss which smartphones will receive the Android 15 Beta 1 version and what new features are included in it. Currently, the Android 15 Beta 1 version is only available for users of Google Pixel smartphones. Here is the list of these smartphones:

  • Google Pixel 6
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro
  • Google Pixel 6a
  • Google Pixel 7
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro
  • Google Pixel 7a
  • Google Pixel Fold
  • Google Pixel Tablet
  • Google Pixel 8
  • Google Pixel 8 Pro

Android 15 has been highly anticipated for many months. Users worldwide who use smartphones with the Android operating system are eager to learn about the new features that Android 15 will bring to their devices.

Beta version will be available in these smartphones

New Features of Android 15:

  1. Full-Screen App Experience: Android 15 introduces a special feature where apps will no longer open in windowed mode but will occupy the entire screen. This means that users will no longer see the black bars at the bottom or top of the screen while using any app, providing a seamless full-screen experience.
  2. App Archiving: With the Android 15 update, users will no longer need to uninstall apps from their phones. Instead, they can archive apps, preserving important information such as login credentials and personal data. Archiving only deletes data that can be re-downloaded from the cloud, helping users save space on their devices.
  3. External Braille Display Support: Android 15 will include native support for external Braille displays using the HID standard over USB and Bluetooth. This feature will enable visually impaired individuals to easily connect their Braille displays to Android devices and utilize Google’s TalkBack service.

In addition to these features, Android 15 will offer many other enhancements. While the launch date of the stable version of the Android 15 update has not been announced, it is expected to roll out to all users by August 2024.


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