Android Q Beta 6 is now rolling out to Google Pixel devices. If you're in the Android Beta Program and running Beta 5, you'll get the update to Beta 6 over the air. Users not in the Android Beta Program can enroll now to try Beta 6. Google is also offering system images if you'd like to manually flash the update.
Other devices in the Android Q Beta, like the OnePlus 7 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 9, Nokia 8.1, and Essential Phone should begin getting Beta 6 in the coming weeks.
As for what's new in Android Q Beta 6, Google says that it's made "further refinements" to Gesture Navigation based on feedback from users. "First, to ensure reliable and consistent operation, there's a 200dp vertical app exclusion limit for the Back gesture," Google explains. "Second, we've added a sensitivity preference setting for the Back gesture."
Because this is the final Q beta, Google is focused more on smoothing out any rough edges and making sure everything works smoothly rather than adding a ton of new features. It's still working to get gesture navigation just right, and so we're looking forward to taking this latest version for a spin to see if it's improved over previous iterations in the Android Q betas.
Android Q will launch to the public in Q3.