Android is out there proudly running on Pixel devices, OnePlus 7 Pro, Essential PH1, and Xiaomi K20 Pro. Eventually, it will land on even more Android devices in the coming months.
But as the Android 10 source code has been uploaded to the AOSP, developers are hard at work, trying to build custom ROMs for various smartphones.
A few days ago, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 received the first Android 10 custom ROM. The list was further expanded to include Xiaomi Mi 6, Mi 8, Poco F1, Mi Mix 2, OP6/6T, Asus 6Z, etc.
Now, we have got custom ROMs for even more Android phones, some of which won’t even be the official Android 10 update ever.
This includes the older Xiaomi Mi 3, Mi 4, and Mi 4 LTE. The AOSP-based ROMs for these devices are working fine except that the NFC is not working on Mi 3.
Redmi Note 7 users can try Android 10 by installing the new LineageOS 17 build on their device. However, users might have to deal with bugs related to camera, hotspot, and encryption in recovery.
But if you can wait, Redmi Note 7 will officially get Android 10 in Q1 2020 in the form of the MIUI 11 update.
Another device to get Android 10 via LineageOS is the Lenovo ZUK Z2. This ROM includes a considerable number of bugs, including the ones related to Bluetooth, hotspot, VoLTE, etc.
If you have one of these devices then you might want to give the new Android version a try. But as it’s said, you should know what you’re doing and backup everything before flashing the device.