Android Q release date - March 13: The first Android 10 developer beta has launched - April 3: Android Q beta 2 gave us bugs fixes and app bubbles - May 7: Android Q beta 3 launched at Google IO 2019 - Early June: The final incremental update, beta 4, should land in June - July: Beta 5 and beta 6, release candidates, may land this month - August: The final release has routinely happened in August
Update 2 (6/6/19 @ 9:25 AM ET): Google has halted the Android Q Beta 4 OTA update due to bootlooping issues.
Update 2: OTA Halted
Numerous Pixel owners reported that their devices were bootlooping after installing the Android Q Beta 4 OTA update. It appeared to mostly affect Pixel 2 XL owners, but a few Pixel 3 owners also had the problem. A factory reset fixed things, but this is obviously a problem. Google has officially halted the OTA on all Pixel phones as they investigate the situation.
We’re aware of an issue with Android Q Beta 4 related to installing updates. We’ve temporarily paused Beta 4 OTA updates to all Pixel devices as we investigate the issue. We apologize for any inconvenience, and will provide an update once the issue is resolved.
We’ve resolved the issue affecting some users when updating to Beta 4 and we’re resuming updates. All enrolled devices will receive a new Beta 4 update to QPP4.190502.019 (even those with Beta 4 QPP4.190502.018 installed). We’ve also updated downloadable images for developers. pic.twitter.com/7xxCemrfXa
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) June 11, 2019