Nokia announced the latest beta build for Android 12. Currently, the Developer Preview program can now use it in Nokia X20. The phone maker targets those developers who can test it in an early stage to find out some bugs and problems in the software.

Nokia X20's Android 12 Beta Build is Now Open

Nokia Releases Android's First Beta Build For X20 Developer Preview Program
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Nokia officially unveils the Android 12 Beta build for X20 as part of the developer preview program.

According to a report by GSM Arena on Wednesday, Sept. 1, those who want to test the developer preview program on their Nokia X20 can register via the My Phone app.

After filling up the details for your registration, you will receive the OTA (Over-the-Air) in less than 12 hours.

You can start accessing the Android 12 beta build by going to the Settings of your phone. After that, head to "About Phone" followed by the "System Updates."

You can do this 20 minutes after tapping the Nokia program.

Nokia X20 Beta Might Face Some Issues 

Since this is only a beta build, it's important to know that the software in your device is not intended for commercial use. It's also possible that you might encounter many issues, including crashing apps, bugs, and other problems.

Here are some of the reminders that Nokia Mob wrote before you proceed to the Android developer program for your Nokia X20.

  • Android 12 developer preview program is frequently used by developers only. This means that not all users will be able to access this build.

  • The development team behind this developer build might have tested this program before. Apparently, this does not mean that it would be smooth for usage since many stability problems may arise.

  • If you want to test applications that come from the Google Play Store, you will see that some of them are unstable and unsupported by Android.

  • Before jumping to the Android 12 beta build, you should have a backup of your data in your Nokia X20. When you upgrade to the Android 12 program from your previous Android 11 version, you should know that reverting it to the original version will cause your data to be lost.

  • At the moment, it's normal for the beta testers to encounter many issues including limited online support and other problems when using the program on the device.

If you want to start using the Android Developer Preview program for Nokia X20, you can check the company's page by clicking here.

Read Also: Android Nougat Beta: How To Test Android 7.1.2 Nougat Developer Preview On Your Phone

Nokia X20's Improved Version

Last July, Nokia XR20 became one of the staple smartphones from the prominent phone maker. At first look, it appears to be a simple gadget but behind its appearance are its specs that users should check.

According to the Finnish phone pioneer, the Nokia XR20 is created to withstand unfavorable conditions. Its durability is outstanding compared to its predecessor Nokia X20.

Interestingly, this smartphone only costs $200. It is considered to be one of the cheapest of its kind at the moment.

If you want to check more smartphones similar to Nokia X20, you can also view the specs of the Vivo Y72 5G. Other options include Xiaomi Poco F3, OnePlus Nord CE 5G, Oppo A94, and more.

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