Motorola confirms new Android Beta Experiences program is on its way

Motorola confirms new Android Beta Experiences program is on its way
Motorola has confirmed it will be introducing a new software beta program. Earlier today, the company took to the stage in Brazil to unveil a total of six new devices – three Moto G6 models and a further three Moto E5 handsets were revealed. Alongside these, the company’s Vice President of Product Dan Dery also announced plans for an upcoming Beta Experiences program.

The executive didn’t mention any specifics, but the new program will likely allow users to beta test new versions of Motorola’s Android apps and possibly even future OS releases with the hope of gathering feedback and ironing out any bugs. For now, it remains to be seen which devices will support the beta program but, ultimately, the Beta Experiences program is likely to signal an increased effort on the company’s behalf when it comes to pushing out updates. After all, despite Motorola devices running a near-stock Android experience, the company has been relatively slow in recent times when it comes to updating devices. Also, this could suggest Motorola will be more consistent in regards to improving its own apps and added functionalities, which currently include the likes of Moto Display and Moto Actions, among many others.

Motorola has not yet stated when the Beta Experiences program will be available to users across the globe, but considering the company is set to announce its next flagship device in summer, the program will most likely make its debut alongside the smartphone. Another alternative timeline could see the launch of Beta Experiences coincide with the releases of the final Android P version.

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