Google has started rolling out the Android 15 Beta 2 update for compatible Pixel phones. Several phone manufacturers have also pushed the beta update to their compatible phones and tablets. This update is said to offer increased performance, battery life and smoother running of apps. It is also said to provide better privacy and security to users. Android 15 Beta 1 was released in April this year. The third and fourth versions are scheduled to be released in June and July/August respectively. Following are some of the new features and devices that are compatible with the new Android 15 Beta 2.

The search giant confirmed that Android 15 Beta 2 is available immediately on all compatible Pixel phones. Meanwhile, several smartphones, tablets and foldables from brands like Honor, iQoo, Lenovo, Nothing, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Tecno, Vivo and Xiaomi are also eligible.

Vivo X100 and iQoo 12 users in India, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan and Indonesia can download the update from Vivo developer website. Nothing. Phone 2a users along with OnePlus 12 and OnePlus Open can get the Android 15 Beta program through Nothing and OnePlus communities, respectively. However, they will say to get the Android 15 Beta 1 version, according to their official releases.

The Android 15 Developer Preview Program is also available on the Xiaomi 14, Xiaomi 13T Pro and the 12.4-inch Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro. Users can download the update from Xiaomi support page. The update is also rolling out to the Realme 12 Pro+ 5G, which can be accessed through Realme Community post.

Users of Honor Magic 6 Pro, Honor Magic V2, Tecno Camon 30 Pro 5G, Sharp Aquos Sense 8, Oppo Find X7 and Lenovo Tab Extreme also get Android 15 Beta version. Updates can be downloaded from the company’s developer sites.

The Android 15 Beta 2 update introduces Private Space, which is considered a digital safe for the apps you don’t want to reveal to others. Access to these applications will be granted by scanning a fingerprint and/or code. It also comes with “Save App Pairs” which allows users to pin a combination of apps to the taskbar. There’s also a predictive turn feature, new picture-in-picture changes, and more data types in Health Connect.

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