Google is going to host the Google I/O developer conference from May 17th to 19th and just before that, the Android beta website says that the Beta version of Android O is going to come soon. This will end the beta of Android Nougat and also, users will be able to finally test Android O after avoiding the Developer Preview 1 on their Nexus or Pixel devices.
“Thank you for your interest in the Android Beta Programme. The beta for Android Nougat has concluded, and all devices that were opted in have been updated to the current public version,” Google said in an update to the Android beta website.
The update also pointed out that if you are running the beta version of Nougat OS, you should download the full OTA image for the device and sideload it. Also, whenever the Android O Beta rollout begins, the website would be updated with the images for that version.
Every Android Nougat 7.x.x version is being sent out as a Beta release first before the public rollout, and along with that, Google is also sending the early Developer preview versions of Android O for those who wanted to test it, but several users have been avoiding the DP versions because of the bugs that they carry along and it is only the developers and people who are good at testing it, would install them.
If our guess is right, the Android O Beta will go live as soon as the Google I/O keynote and the introduction of Android O are done at the conference, so stay tuned for more updates later towards the end of the month.