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BLU G9 Pro Android 10 Beta Update Program hits the surface

Starting off, it’s been almost 10 months or so since Google has released the Android 10 (Q) OS version last year, September 2019. As of now, most of the smartphone OEMs have completed their Android 10 update roadmap as promised to its eligible devices in batches. Although some of the specific device models are still in the queue and eagerly waiting for the latest stable Android 10 update. BLU is one of those OEMs who have just started the Android 10 Beta testing program surprisingly. The BLU G9 Pro came with Android 9 Pie and currently, the Android 10 Beta update program starts officially.

The BLU G9 Pro handset came with a 6.3-inches IPS LCD display, 1080×2340 pixels resolution, an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 SoC, Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, 4GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 48MP triple rear cameras, a 16MP selfie camera, a 4000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support, and other features. It’s also worth mentioning that the BLU G90 Pro was the first-ever BLU smartphone that received an Android 10 update.

BLU G9 Pro Android 10 Beta Update Program hits the surface

Now, the company has started the Android 10 beta testing program for the BLU G9 Pro model officially. BLU has initiated the BLU Beta Software Program for the interested BLU G9 Pro users to sign up for the early beta testing. You can simply head over to the BLU Products Android 10 Beta page and sign up for the program to get the OTA beta build.

The company has also announced the Android 10 Beta testing program and the registration link on its official Twitter handle two days ago on July 23, 2020. Once the beta testing phase completed, the participated units will get the first batch of the stable Android 10 update. Then the OTA update will start rolling out to the rest of the units properly in a phased manner. We will recommend all the BLU G9 Pro users to check for the OTA update periodically.

The Beta update has plenty of bugs and stability issues that have been reported by several beta testers. Meanwhile, the first batch of the Android Q beta update offers all the goodies with an outdated April 2020 Android Security Patch Level along with the February 2020 Google Play System update version. However, it’s expected that the OEM will release more & more updates to provide a stable user experience with fewer bugs and more features.

We will keep updating this article whenever a further update or any report will arrive. Till then stay tuned for more info.

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