No matter how you feel about it, the latest Android 9 version has been named ‘Pie’. The newest Android version is feature-packed, and with the help of AI, Google is working towards making your phone more personal, more efficient, and easier to use.
From adaptive features to Digital Wellbeing, Android Pie feels new and advanced right from the moment you start using it. Here’s a detailed list of features and changes that have been introduced with Android Pie. Here’s also a detailed guide on how to install Android Pie on your device.
With these out of the way, the next obvious question is what smartphone do you need to start using the latest Android. To help answer this question here is a list of all the smartphones that run Android Pie.
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Pixels: Not surprisingly, the first set of devices getting Android Pie are Google’s Pixels. So if you own a Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, you can update to the latest Android version.
Essential: Almost immediately after Google’s announcement, Andy Rubin’s Essential too announced the rollout of Android Pie for its smartphone. The company put out a tweet reading, “We’re proud to bring Android 9 Pie to Essential Phone the same day it’s released! Check your phone now for the update. 🥧”
Android Pie Beta: The next obvious list of devices to get the latest update are the ones that were a part of the Android Pie beta program. These include select devices from companies like HMD Global, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Sony, Oppo, and Vivo. Google says these devices will get the update before December.
Be sure to keep checking this space as we will update the list with devices