Google’s annual I/O developer conference brings with it a ton of great announcements, some anticipated and some as wonderful surprises. One of the latest announcements is from Google’s David Burke who had earlier today revealed that Android N developer preview’s first beta-quality version will be made available in the course of the day. Now it seems that the said Android N has already began rolling out to the public.

Similar to the two developer previews already in the wild, this new version will be eligible to users of the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Pixel C, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and the 4G Android One handset.

Google is yet to disclose the official release date for the final Android N OS, though word on the street is that it will be later in the summer.

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You can register your device for the Android N Beta Program by clicking on the link.

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