Android 15 is coming: when can you enjoy it?

Android 15 is coming: when can you enjoy it?

Android 15 is coming soon, but for whom?

A month after the second beta of Android 15, it is the turn of the third beta to appear. This is always an important step in the development of a new major Android update, as it indicates the stability of the platform. Therefore, it logically makes itself accessible to more people. However, not all Android devices are necessarily eligible: how do you know when you can take advantage of them?

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As usual, Google devices are the first to receive the famous update. If you own a Google Pixel phone (Pixel 6 and later), you can already get Android 15 Beta 3. On the other hand, Pixels won't be the only ones benefiting from this update. Here is the list of devices compatible with Android 15 beta:

  • Honor Magic 6 Pro
  • Honor Magic V2
  • Xiaomi 14
  • Xiaomi 13T Pro
  • Xiaomi iPad S6 Pro 12.4
  • OnePlus 12
  • OnePlus unlocked
  • Realme 12 Pro+ 5G
  • OPPO Find N3
  • Vivo X100
  • Echo 12
  • Lenovo Tab Extreme
  • Sharp Aquos Sense 8
  • Tecno Camon 30 Pro 5G

If you don't have one of these devices, you won't be able to take advantage of Android 15 beta 3, and you'll have to wait a little longer.

Passkeys have been improved with Android 15 beta 3

Passkeys have been improved with Android 15 beta 3

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What's new in Android 15 Beta 3?

The stability provided by this new version of Android 15 means that developers can now integrate new APIs without fear of Google rolling back their work with a future update. Moreover, among the new features brought by this third beta, we note the integration of passkey support into one step. In other words, developers can use biometric security to allow communication with their applications without duplicating tasks: no need to go through Google's password manager. This new feature was announced during Google I/O 2024, so it has now been integrated directly into Android 15.

Among other features offered by Android 15, we note the arrival of better battery life (up to 3 additional hours), the option to use a private space to hide the most sensitive data for each user, the ability to automatically lock a stolen smartphone or a tool to free up space on your smartphone without deleting it. Important data.

The final version of Android 15, available for all Android devices, will be available at the end of summer. As a reminder, Android 14 got its first public release on October 4, while Android 13 was released at the end of August.

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