It could be enabled for all users in the future beta versions. Devices like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X represent the start of foldables becoming more available, and Android Q will have specific APIs for devices with changeable form-factors.
For the time being, you'll need a Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel or Pixel XL to get the beta. Before now, Android kept a list of contacts ordered by frequency of interaction, but now no longer.
That's some claim. With Android Pie, the public beta was available on smartphones made by Sony, Xiaomi, OnePlus and Oppo, among others.
Add to that a whole host of smaller updates and behind the scenes tweaks - from the ability to undo changes to the home screen to code optimisations - as well as new features still to be announced, and there's a lot to explore in Android Q. Android Q will support native monochrome shooting in RAW format. Pixel phones will be first in line and will get the update nearly straight away, but for everyone else it might be a while. It's very much like Microsoft's Windows Insider programme.
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Bonito and Sargo are the codenames for the upcoming Pixel 3 Lite phones created to get Pixel phones into the mid-range market - a more affordable Pixel. Simply sign up to become a beta tester of the Google Phone app by visiting the Google Play Store. It should show up within a few minutes.
However, previous Pixel 3 XL Lite (and Pixel 3 Lite) rumors also suggest the handset will inherit the fantastic camera from its more powerful siblings, and while its internals may not be as exciting as hoped, this could make it the best budget camera phone around. Those with eligible devices can enroll to receive the Android Q beta here. Bugs in the beta can cause you to have to reset the device. However, I must wonder what delicious dessert will Android Q be named after? Those registered with the Android developer program can download the new Android Q preview and the associated SDKs and Android Studio. You can download images from Google and then flash them onto your device, but it will be a fresh install, with everything erased. These aren't something normal users will ever use themselves, but you'll be glad they're there if and when you try out a foldable for yourself. The software will also randomize the MAC address by default when you connect the device to different WiFi networks.
Keep in mind flashing a system image will wipe all the information off your device, so ensure you back up important data beforehand.
While it's unclear if this means they will also get the final build of Android Q, due out in the third quarter of 2019 (so July to September), such a move does seem pretty likely now - otherwise why go through the trouble of outing beta builds for them in the first place?