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.
Over the past several years we have seen different ways in which users could interact with their smartphones. We have seen squeezable frames, motion sensors and also an ability to navigate by using fingerprint sensors. Google recently launched the first preview of Android 11 and the folks at XDA-Developers have unearthed a new gesture in the code.
Google has released Android 11 first Developer Preview. Android 11 arrives with new features, enhanced security, conversations section for notification and features that take advantage of 5G. This time around Google has released the first preview early in the year, perhaps this is so that developers get more time to check out the preview before Google moves to the final version.