According to the developer’s website of Google, the company has the plan to release the first preview of its upcoming operating system Android N to all the modern Android smartphones which are recently updated to the Marshmallow.
An HTML code found on the developer’s website of Google reveals that the company is interested in releasing the beta version very soon.
Motorola, Samsung, Sony, HTC, and LG are likely to get the first preview because the latest smartphones from these companies were recently upgraded to Android v6.0 (Marshmallow).
Just a couple of weeks ago, Google released the preview of Android N for the Nexus devices so that the developers may get an idea of the newest version of Android. But now, pieces of information are coming from the various sources that non-Nexus devices will also get an early preview in a few days.
Google has also alerted its users that it will allow the beta testers to upgrade easily to the final release of Android N very soon, and this whole process will be done over-the-air (OTA), meaning, the user will not need to flash his device.
There is a chance that the company will announce some more features for Android N during its annual developer conference in May 2016.