A report claimed in the weeks preceding I/O 2019 that Google would make the Android Q beta available to a large number of non-Pixel devices, which is great news to any Android user looking to test Google’s latest operating system as fast as possible. It all started last year when Google announced at the same event that a handful of Android handsets made by its partners would be able to run the Android P beta. And Google has indeed outdone itself. We’re looking at 21 Android devices, from entry-level to 2019 flagships, that can download Android Q beta 3 right now, and only six of those are Pixels. That leaves 15 phones made by various companies, but, sadly, none of them is the Galaxy S10.