Back at Google IO, Google released new Android P Build (Developer Preview 2) with exciting new features, and also announced a huge expansion of its Android Beta program. Google made the new firmware available for non-Google devices including Smartphones from brands like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Nokia, Essential, Sony, Vivo, and Oppo Smartphones.
Now it seems that Google is testing the same for the recently announced Motorola Moto Z3 Play. A Moto Z3 Play user reportedly received Closed Beta of Android 9.0 P DP3. It seems that Google is all set to include the Moto Z3 Play to the list of non-Pixel devices with Android P Beta.
Android 9.0 P comes with major improvements and user interface changes over Android 8.1 Oreo. With the latest Android Beta you get new Swipe Gestures, Settings, Quick Setting tiles, Volume options, and more.
There's no exact date on when Motorola is going to roll Android 9.0 P Beta to the Z3 Play. Also it is unclear if Motorola and Google have any plans to bring the Android P beta to other Motorola devices. We will let you know once the firmware is live. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.
Screenshots ( Source: Weibo Bonata)
Update: According to the information we've received, Motorola is testing this Android 9.0 P Beta build in China. The company is planning to roll it out really soon for the International Moto Z3 Play. We'll keep updating this post as soon as we receive more information.