How to install Android 15 beta, all the new features available

Android 15 beta on Google Pixel phones

After the developer version arrived, the Android 15 beta has finally reached users. Now, there is a strong limitation and that is that not all terminals can access this update. But to clear up doubts, I'm going to tell you which phones can be updated to this system and What's new in the Android 15 beta system?.

Android 15 arrives in beta form

What's new in Android 15 beta

Android 15 has already arrived in its beta version, users of certain terminals can now use this beta (in the next section you will see which terminals have Android 15 beta right now), but for now we will have to wait until the last quarter of the year to confirm its launch.

Like every year, what has arrived is the first test version of this operating system. Android version 15 will continue to be developed for months with the help of users who use this system. Of course, you should know that if you have a compatible terminal and install Android 15, installing the beta will delete data from the device, so you will have to make a backup copy before proceeding with the system update.

And as you can imagine, Android 14 is still available for other users. Some will have to endure Android 14 for longer than others and there will even be those who cannot update to the new Android 15 because they do not meet the minimum requirements of this operating system.

If you want to be one of the first to try the new Android, you will have to have one of the following terminals.

What devices can update to Android 15 beta?

Android Google Pixel

Like every year, the new version of Android arrives first to a exclusive selection of compatible devices. Not only do we find mobile phones but we can also find even a tablet that can update to the new beta of its new operating system.

In the case of Android 15 beta, the mobile phones compatible with this operating system are the following.

  • 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 Tablets
  • Google Pixel 8
  • Google Pixel 8 Pro

To give you an idea, there is something in common between all these devices and it is not that they are Google terminals, but almost. What makes all these devices able to test Android 15 beta is their processor. All of them have Google's Tensor processor, which the online search giant wants to test with this beta.

Although expected, as usual, May this list be progressively expanded and more and more devices are being integrated into the list of compatible with the Android 15 system. Let's see how Android 15 is installed on your compatible terminal.

How to install Android 15 beta

How to install Android 15 beta

As at the moment the only terminals that can install this system are the Google Pixel, I am going to tell you the specific instructions for this device.

  1. First of all you must go to the settings on your Pixel device and find the section "System".
  2. Then you will have to touch where it says "Upgrade system".
  3. In case the update to Android 15 Beta is available, you will be able to see a notification indicating its availability.
  4. If it is possible to update the system you will have to click the button «Download and install».
  5. When the download is finished you will have to follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

It is that simple to update your Google Pixel mobile to the new Android operating system, but... What improvements does this operating system bring?

What does Android 15 beta bring new?

App archiving Android 15

Like all Android operating system updates, version 15 will bring different improvements performance, more privacy options, security and the ability to send messages via satellite. But what is most striking about this new version of Android is the ability to archive applications and the configuration of a private space on the terminal. I tell you what is the most notable thing about Android 15 beta.

App archiving

El application archiving It is one of the most talked about functions of the new Android 15, and it is no wonder. This operating system improves this function, which is already available in Android 14, so that when archive apps, are automatically uninstalled, freeing up storage space on the device. However, information related to the application, such as data and settings, is preserved. This function is really useful to keep your phone organized and performing at its best.

Private space

Now let's talk about the private space function which allows us to duplicate and hide applications as well as the possibility of performing secure searches. Private space is about creating a separate profile from the main account which has the ability to use a session in a Google account to download applications and use them in a completely isolated environment. Something like a virtual machine inside your phone, but not exactly.

However this is a function that adds an extra layer of security to the mobile as it allows users to keep certain personal data separate from the device's main profile.

Improved haptic response

Finally, we are going to mention another significant improvement in Android 15, which is the improved haptic response. This may sound strange at first, but it is very easy to understand. It means that the operating system has been improved to provide a more precise haptic feedback through haptic technology.

This technology uses the vibration of the terminal in an optimized way so Users will notice a tactile sensation with better vibration response. You will be able to notice it, for example, when changing the brightness on the screen. The higher the brightness, the greater the vibration of the mobile.

Ultimately Android 15 will bring countless improvements and solutions that Android 14 users have been asking for for just over half a year. We will see if the arrival of Android 15 manages to improve a system as functional and optimized as Android 14.

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