Android News How to get Android 12 beta for your smartphone – See if your phone is compatible May 23, 2021 May 20, 2021 by TPRO TEAM 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Here is the list of devices that are compatible with Android 12 Beta Google unveiled Android 12 with a public beta release at its I/O 2021 event. The new Android comes with a pretty wide range of new features and changes in the user interface. Previously the initial builds of Android OS are only limited to Google Pixel phones. Android 11, last year, also reached more devices but this year for Android 12, Google has partnered with multiple brands to offer the first public beta. You can download the Android 12 beta right away if you got one of the compatible devices. You can take a sneak peek at the new Android update which is yet due to roll out by the end of the year. But you must know that this beta version may vary from one device to another. Most of these builds are developer previews that may not be of interest to most end users. The beta version can be downloaded and installed by end-users with expected bugs and flaws. The developer preview of beta builds, it’s advised to take backup when you manually flash or update your phone’s software. Here is the list of phones that can run Android 12 beta Right now the following devices are confirmed compatible with Android 12 beta. All of the links below are offering instructions and the download links to Android 12 beta builds. Or developer previews when mentioned. Pixel 3 to Pixel 5 (including XL and A-series) Asus Zenfone 8 OnePlus 9, 9 Pro Oppo Find X3 Pro Realme GT 5G Sharp AQUOS Sense 5G TECNO Camon 17, Camon 17 Pro TCL 20 Pro 5G VIVO iQOO 7 Legend Xiaomi Mi 11, 11 Ultra, 11i, 11X Pro ZTE Axon 30 Ultra 5G Nokia X20 If any of the above links are broken, follow the list of Android devices to reach updated links. You might also find more devices or brands as the list keeps updating. Known issues in the developer preview or beta build Most of the brands have provided the full list of known issues on their respective pages along with the links to download the build. Update: As told above, most of the builds are developer previews except the Pixel ones. All of the developer previews are based on the Android 12 beta build and may offer features varying from each other. Such as one may have a working Bluetooth feature while the other may not. So make sure you download and flash the builds on your responsibility. What we can advise is to take backup for worst case.