While the Android Beta Program is mostly geared toward developers, there’s nothing stopping you from giving Android 7.1 a try if you are simply curious about what this latest update has in store for you. It’s beta software, though, so keep in mind that it may still have plenty of bugs (I wouldn’t install this on my main phone, for example).
Google’s plan is to release another preview in November and then roll out the final version in December. If you currently own a Nexus 5X, 6P or Pixel C and are enrolled in the beta program, you should see the over-the-air update very soon. The final release will also come to the Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Android One devices, as well as the new Pixel phones.
As for the new features in Android 7.1,check out our post from earlier this month (spoiler: There aren’t that many, but the ones that are included are pretty useful).
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