Android 11 stable update has been rollout for Pixel phones while selected smartphone from other manufacturers gets open for the beta version. Google introduced a lot of new upgrades such as a new power button menu, and Enhanced App privacy in the new Android update.
Android 11 Main Focus
In the Android 11 update, Google mainly focuses on three groups
Now, Google makes Android smartphones more “people-centric and expressive”. In the Update, Android 0S can identify and prioritize the messages according to the most important people in your life.
Google has chat bubbles similar to Facebook Messenger’s chat heads. Now, User will be able to continue conversations without the need for opening a chat app.
Google introduced a native screen recorder in the new Android update. User will able to choose audio source at the time of recording and if screen touches should be visible too.
In Android 11, Users have to press and hold the power button to pop up the menu that displays their connected smart home devices such as lights, locks, and cameras without the need for launching an app. Through this feature, users can easily access smart home devices which are connected to their smartphone.
One-Time Permissions – Users can grant only one-time permissions to apps when they request access to the camera, microphone, or location. The next time the user opens the same app then they have to grant permissions again.
Permission Auto-Reset – Android resets all the permission of those apps which user can’t use for a long time. It will help the user to save battery and improve their device security.
As mentioned, Android 11 stable rolled out for only Pixel phones while OnePlus has made an open beta (with OxygenOS 11) available for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. Realme X50 Pro can also register for an Android 11 beta.
Xiaomi has also made a beta version available for the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro whereas some selected OPPO devices such as the Find X2 Pro, Find X2, Ace2, Reno3 4G, and Reno3 Pro 4G will also be getting beta versions. What are your thoughts about the Android 11 update, let me know in the comment section.