Google I/O conference will be held May 7th, in theory, we are still quite a bit away from the more stable Android Q beta system. But this did not stop the developers, especially those geeks. John Wu showed that he successfully installed the Magisk framework for Android Q and announced Android Q is officially rooted.
Android Q is officially rooted (before any official build is available). Weird flex but OK 😜 pic.twitter.com/tQ3tomb35n
— John Wu (@topjohnwu) March 3, 2019
John Wu stressed that he did not modify the Build.prop file, but he got the GSI of Android Q (general system image, used to start the device covered by Project Treble), the official version of Magisk v18.2 that has not been released yet (currently at Canary build) has integrated ROOT.
You can look for the outgoing Android Q GSI image and try in the experience. If your phone has unlocked the bootloader, then the new version of Magisk will be work perfectly.