The latest Android Oreo update has been rolling out to Nexus devices over the past few days, and now Google has been offering beta testers a chance to try out the new OS.
Android 8 and Oreo can now be installed on the Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus Player, and Pixel C. The Nexus Player is the most recent update to the Nexus Player series, and you can download it here.
The beta will start on February 19, but it’s worth taking a look at what’s new in the new Oreo Oreo 8.1 Oreo 10.1 is a minor update that includes some bug fixes.
It brings with it a few more features like a new “Google Play” app, which lets you buy and download apps from Google Play.
You can install the new app from the Play Store here.
The new Oreos update also brings with itself a few small bug fixes and some other new features, like improved performance and a new notification drawer.
The update is available now on the Play store and is also available for Android phones running Android 7.1 or later.
The Google Play store page also includes instructions on how to install the Oreo app, and the app is available for download on the Google Play website for $1.99.
You can read more about Android 8 on the Android Oreos Developer site.