Yesterday Google announced Android P alongside a myriad of improvements, updates and new features. And, answering our hopes, Google released the Android P beta right away to a number of supported devices.
To help those that want to play around with the first developer preview, Google has created a support page that lists all devices and the respective links to their Beta download, a hot link to report an issue and a support page for that device.
To sum up, the devices that support the Android P Beta as for right now are the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL, the Essential Phone, the Nokia 7 Plus, Oppo R15 Pro, Sony Xperia XZ2, vivo X21 and X21UD, and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.
All of those devices are getting the first taste of Android P thanks to Project Treble.
Finally - the Android P Beta should be reasonably stable, but some bugs and malfunctions are still to be expected so you might avoid using it as your daily driver just yet.
I think, for now it's only available for smartphone with on-screen button as all the devices that compatible with Android P Beta are devices with on-screen button.
I wonder when this Beta will arrive for the Huawei P20 Pro?