Beta 1 version of Android 15 released, new features will be available first in these phones

Beta 1 version of Android 15 released, new features will be available first in these phones

Android 15 Beta 1: The first public beta version of Android 15 has now been released. This upcoming operating system of Android was kept in developers preview for the last few weeks and now finally Google has rolled out the first beta version of its latest Android OS for common users.

Let us tell you in which smartphones the beta version of Android 15 will be available and what new features have been included in it. Android 15 Beta 1 version is currently available only for Google Pixel smartphone users. Let us show you the list of these smartphones.

Beta version will be available in these smartphones

  • Google Pixel 6
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro
  • Google Pixel 6a
  • Google Pixel 7
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro< /li>
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro
  • Google Pixel 7a
  • Google Pixel Fold
  • Google Pixel Tablet
  • Google Pixel 8
  • Google Pixel 8 Pro

Android 15 has been awaited for many months. Users using smartphones with Android operating system all over the world eagerly want to know what new features will be included in their phones through Android 15.

Apps will run in full screen

A special feature is going to be available to the users through Android 15, through which no app in the phone will open in any window style but it will open in the entire screen. This means that while using any app in the phone, the black colored bar box appearing at the bottom or top will no longer be visible.

With this feature the display experience of the users will become quite new and wonderful. Users will be able to view the content of any app in full screen.

No need to uninstall the app

After Android 15 update, users will not need to uninstall any app from their phone. Users can archive the app instead of uninstalling it. This processor will save all the important information from the app like login credentials, personal data and other on-device information. This will only delete information that can be re-downloaded from the cloud.

This will help users save space on their Android phones. If you want to uninstall an app temporarily i.e. for a few days, you can archive it. This is because installing the same app again after a few days will cost you both time and data to reconfigure the app.

External Braille Display Support

The Android 15 update will have native support for external braille displays, which uses the HID standard over USB and Bluetooth. This will help visually impaired people to easily connect their braille displays to Android devices and use Google's TalkBack service.

Apart from all these features, many other features will also be available through Android 15 update. The launch date of the stable version of Android 15 update has not been announced yet, but it is expected that Android 15 will start rolling out to all users by August 2024.

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