ASUS has announced that the ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program is open for registrations. To recall, the phone was launched with ZenUI based on Android 9 Pie, in May.
The device was launched as the ASUS 6Z in India.
You may remember that ASUS had promised 2 Android OS upgrades for the phone, Android Q and Android R. This ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program appears to be the first step in that process. The model number of the phone that is eligible for participation is ZS630KL.
How to sign up for ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program
In order to register for the beta, you must create an account on the ASUS website. If you already have one, you can sign in to it. Then, visit the ZenFone 6 Android Q beta program application form.
It asks you for the following details
- Phone Number
- IMEI of both SIM card slots
- Serial number of the phone
- Current Build number (of ZenUI on your phone)
The application also asks you whether your phone is rooted or not, your daily phone usage time, and asks if you agree to receive calls from ASUS to clarify issues.
The company says that the applicants for the same will be notified by email, about when the program will actually begin.
We would like to advise users to keep in mind that Android Q is in beta, and Google is expected to announce the stable version of Android Q along with the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL in October. It may not be a good idea to enroll in the program, if the ASUS 6Z is your primary phone.