Full List of Smartphones That Supports Android P (Android 9.0)

The latest version of Google's Android Operating System is Android P otherwise called Android 9.0 which succeeds Android 8 Oreo.
Smartphones that supports Android P

Unsurprisingly, not every Android phone supports Android P OS that's why I am listing all the smartphones that currently supports Android 9.0. This post will be updated as new phones are released with Android P compatibility.

The Android P (Android 9.0) is the next major version of Android and it is slated to arrive sometime in Q3 2018. Android beta releases are traditionally only been available for Google’s Pixel and Nexus phones, but that was changed this year with the introduction of Project Treble.

Now the Android P beta is going to be available for all of Google’s recent Pixel phones as well as 11 phones from other OEMs.


✔️ Google Pixel
✔️ Google Pixel XL
✔️ Google Pixel 2
✔️ Google Pixel 2 XL
✔️ Essential Phone
✔️ Nokia 7 Plus
✔️ OnePlus 6
✔️ Oppo R15 Pro
✔️ Sony Xperia XZ2
✔️ Vivo X21UD
✔️ Vivo X21
✔️ Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Note that Nokia recently introduced the Android P update (beta) to three of its phones not listed in the list above: the Nokia 6.1, Nokia 7, and Nokia 8 Sirocco, even though it’s only available in China. The beta test is slots are quite small, so it’s likely many Nokia users won’t be able to test the Android P update on their phones unless Nokia opens up more slots.


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