After unveiling Android 11 in February 2020, Google released four developer beta versions of the newest Android operating system. Earlier this month, Google finally released the first public beta version of Android 11 for its Pixel lineup of devices. If you want to install it on your compatible Pixel smartphone, you can follow our simple tutorial.
Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Get Android 11 Beta and ColorOS 7.2 with the Latest Update: Here Is How to Install It
Following the release of the first public beta of the Android 11 operating system, Oppo had announced that it will offer the beta version of the Android 11 to the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro smartphones. The brand, however, had not announced a release date of the Android 11-based software for these devices. Well, the day is finally here. Oppo has just released the Android 11 Preview Version (beta version) for the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro smartphones.
Google has released the first public beta of Android 11. It is now available for Pixel smartphones, and it will soon be released to select phones from OnePlus, OPPO, POCO, Realme, and Xiaomi. The new version of Android brings various improvements, including visual changes, design improvements and tweaks, and performance improvements. Let us have a look at the five most important features of Android 11.
Google has finally released the first public beta version of Android 11. This new version of the operating system brings various new features and tweaks existing features to make them simpler to use. The company has focussed on making Android more efficient, secure, and easy to use. Let us have a look at all the new features and design changes that come with Android 11.
Google has just released the first public beta of Android 11 for Pixel phones. Now, OnePlus, Oppo, and Xiaomi have announced their participation in the Android 11 beta program.
Earlier this month Google released Android 11 Developer Preview 2.1. This was more of a minor update based on Android 11 Developer Preview 2 and arrived with a bunch of bug fixes. Today Google has announced Developer Preview 3 for Android 11. The latest preview comes with five major changes including Tweaks to Android 11 exit reasons API which helps understand why and how the apps are exited.
Google’s Android Distribution chart used to tell us about what percentage of users are running the latest Android. Google had not updated the chart from the past one year and not it seems to have removed the chart from its location. The worst part is that Google has not given any explanations whatsoever.
Google had released Android 11 Developer Preview 2 last month. The Android 11 Developer Preview 2 arrived last month with new features including a hinge angle for foldable and Better Call-Screening. Google has now launched the Android 11 DP 2.1 and as expected the update squashes many bugs.
Google Releases Android 11 Developer Preview 2 with Hinge Angle for Foldables, Better Call-Screening, More
Google has finally launched the second Android 11 developer preview with support for new features for foldable phones and other improvements. The latest developer preview can be installed by downloading the device system image. If you are running the previous developer preview then you can choose to update via over-the-air.
Google usually releases a preview build of Android in the first half of every year to offer us an early look at things that it has been working. This year, the internet search giant unexpectedly released a really early preview of Android 11 last week. It is the earliest that Google has ever released a developer preview. We’ve had a chance to explore Android 11 and some of its interesting features.