Android 11: features and everything else | Device list Of all brands which will have Android 11 Update - Tech Updates


Thursday, June 25, 2020

Android 11: features and everything else | Device list Of all brands which will have Android 11 Update

Following four developer previews of the software, Google has released Android 11 as a public beta, and that means anyone who wants to install it on their Pixel phone can. It's no longer a tricky process. 

Currently, it's only available to download for a few Pixel phones, but installing it is much simpler than it was in its dev preview stage.

Which phones will get it? 

Initially, the launch will make its way to the following Google Pixel phones:

  • Pixel 2 and 2 XL
  • Pixel 3 and 3 XL
  • Pixel 3a and 3a XL
  • Pixel 4 and 4 XL 

Other phones will likely be included at some point as well. In previous years, OnePlus, Xiaomi and other phone users have been able to test beta software too, although the method of installing it hasn't been as seamless as Google's own.

New Features of android 11

New Power Menu with smart home controls

With Android 11 the interface that shows up when you long-press the power/sleep button on the side is a lot more useful. It not only shows you the usual power, restart and emergency contact options, but also easy access to GPay and smart home controls so you can quickly switch your smart home products on or off, or long press their widgets to adjust them in a more granular fashion.

New Media playback widget

Hidden in the developer options is a feature that lets you toggle on a persistent media resumption control within the quick settings drop-down menu. Any app playing media on your device will create a widget here complete with colour matched background to the album art. We've tested it with Tidal, but it'll work with pretty much any media app.

New Recent apps screen 

There's an intriguing change to the recent apps screen in the latest developer preview, which gets rid of quick app suggestions, and replaces it with a screenshot/share option. Plus, the cards showing thumbnails of any recent apps have been made bigger too.

In the fourth developer preview, Google also added a 'Select' button to the bottom row of icons on the recent apps screen to make it more clear that you can - indeed - manually select text or images from the app thumbnail card.

Back gesture sensitivity

When you've activated Android's gesture navigation, swiping in from the edge replaces the 'back' button. In Android 11 you can adjust how sensitive you want this gesture to be, this will be helpful if you're in an app with its own dedicated controls and gestures near the edge of the screen. You can even individually adjust the setting for each side of the display. 

iPhone-like screenshot visuals

Similar to how other Android manufacturers - and indeed the iPhone - do it, when you take a screenshot, you'll see a small thumbnail of that screenshot appear in the bottom corner of the display. It has a small 'x' to dismiss it, as well as 'share' and 'edit' options. That means it no longer takes up a full notification at the top of the screen.

Single time app permissions

Single time permissions is perhaps one of the biggest privacy based features. It lets you tell an app it can only access your location just that one time you're using the app, rather having to choose between 'all the time', 'only when I'm using it' or 'never'. It gives you a lot more control.

Dark mode scheduling

Dark Mode first appeared as a system wide setting on Android 10, and with Android 11 you can schedule and automated it. Set the time you want it to switch on or off each day manually by setting the time within the settings.

Like so many apps and other Android phones you can also choose to have it come on at sunset, and switch off at sunrise.

How to get the Android 11 public beta on your phone right now

Get your phone ready

The first step is getting your Pixel ready. To get that device prepared, you have to enable a couple of developer options:

  • Go to Settings > About Phone and now find 'Build Number'.
  • Tap that repeatedly until you get the pop-up telling you that you're now a developer.
  • Enter your PIN.
  • Go to Settings > System > Advanced and find 'Developer Options'.
  • Now you have to find the toggle near USB debugging and enable that.
  • Also toggle the option to enable OEM Unlocking.
  • Type in your PIN again, and hit 'enable'.

Samsung Android 11 Release Date

Samsung is known to provide at least two major OS updates to all its flagship devices. Alongside two major OS updates, the company tends to supply security patches for consequent years in a quarterly fashion. Based on the company’s previous track record with flagship smartphones, we can clearly say that devices like the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and the S20 Ultra series will be getting an Android 11 update in Q1 2021.

Samsung Android 11 Device List

Here is our expected Samsung Galaxy phones for the Android 11 update.

Galaxy S Series :-

  • Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra
  • Galaxy S20 5G
  • Galaxy S10, S10e, S10+
  • Galaxy S10 5G
  • Galaxy S10 Lite

Galaxy Note series:-

  • Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+
  • Galaxy Note 10 5G
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Galaxy Fold and Z Flip:-

  • Galaxy Fold
  • Galaxy Fold 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip

Galaxy A series:-

  • Galaxy A01
  • Galaxy A20s
  • Galaxy A30
  • Galaxy A30s
  • Galaxy A40
  • Galaxy A50
  • Galaxy A50s
  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A70
  • Galaxy A70s
  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy A80
  • Galaxy A8s
  • Galaxy A90 5G

Galaxy M Series:-

  • Galaxy M30s
  • Galaxy M31
  • Galaxy M40

Realme Android 11 Update

This year, Realme will bring the Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 for eligible devices. Francis Wang has revealed via Twitter that both Realme Pro and X series are eligible for two major OS updates. That means Realme X50 Pro, X50,  X2 Pro, X2, XT and X phones will get the Android 11 update. As Pro series are also eligible, so we can assume that the Realme 3 Pro, 5 Pro, 6 Pro devices will also get next OS update. However, the Realme 2 Pro may not receive the update as it has already got two major updates.

Here is good news for Realme X50 Pro users. They will get a chance to test the Android 11 operating system. Realme has confirmed via Twitter that Android 11 beta 1 will be rolled out (probably for early adopters who participate in the beta program) in early July to Realme X50 Pro.

List of Realme Phones Expected to Receive Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0

  • Realme 6 Pro
  • Realme 6
  • Realme 6i
  • Realme 6s
  • Realme X50 Pro 5G
  • Realme X50 5G
  • Realme X50m 5G
  • Realme X50 Pro Play
  • Realme C3
  • Realme 3 Pro
  • Realme 5 Pro
  • Realme X
  • Realme XT
  • Realme X2
  • Realme X2 Pro
  • Realme Narzo 10
  • Realme Narzo 10A
  • Realme X3 SuperZoom

These Realme devices may not receive Android 11

  • Realme 3
  • Realme 5
  • Realme 5i
  • Realme 5s
  • Realme U1
  • Realme C2
  • Realme 1
  • Realme 2
  • Realme C1
  • Realme C1(2019)

Xiaomi Mi and Redmi Android 11 update

Last year around when Google announced public beta testing of Android 10, Xiaomi was quick to include their two flagships of that time into the list, which included the Xiaomi Mi 9 and Mi Mix 3. This time we have the Mi 10/ Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro/ Poco F2 Pro as the flagship offerings. As Google’s Android 11 first beta build is now available, so Xiaomi has confirmed via twitter that three of its flagships: Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Poco F2 Pro users will get a chance to test the Beta 1 Build, probably in late June.

The chances are that when Google releases the final public beta build, Xiaomi will include a bunch of their devices into the Android beta program. But this won’t be a stable Android 11 based MIUI 12 update by any means though. We will probably see the stable Android 11 for Xiaomi phones in December 2020.

List of eligible Xiaomi Mi and Redmi phones for Android 11

  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 10
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition
  • Redmi 10X 5G
  • Redmi 10X 4G
  • Redmi 10X Pro 5G
  • Redmi Note 9
  • Redmi Note 9S
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro Max
  • Redmi K20
  • Redmi K20 Pro
  • Redmi K20 Pro Premium
  • Redmi K30
  • Redmi K30 Pro
  • Redmi K30 Pro Zoom
  • Redmi K30i 5G
  • Redmi K30 5G Racing
  • Xiaomi Mi A3
  • Xiaomi Mi CC9
  • Xiaomi Mi CC9e
  • Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro
  • Xiaomi Black Shark 3
  • Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
  • Poco X2
  • Poco F2 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite
  • Xiaomi Mi 9
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer/Transparent Edition
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 SE
  • Xiaomi Mi 9T
  • Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G
  • Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
  • Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G
  • Redmi 9

Oneplus Android 11 update

OnePlus was one of the first smartphone company to release the stable Android 10 update. The company rolled out OxygenOS 10 based on Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro in September last year.

Recently, Google has now released the first beta of Android 11. It means we are going to see Android 11 in the coming months. The next custom OS will be OxygenOS 11 based on the Android 11. You can read (here) the dedicated article about the release date and features of OxygenOS 11.

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List of the eligible OnePlus devices to get Android 11:

  • OnePlus 8 Pro
  • OnePlus 8 5G
  • OnePlus 8
  • OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren
  • OnePlus 7T Pro
  • OnePlus 7T
  • OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
  • OnePlus 7 Pro
  • OnePlus 7
  • OnePlus 6T McLaren
  • OnePlus 6T
  • OnePlus 6
  • OnePlus 5 (Not eligible)
  • OnePlus 5T (Not eligible)

Asus Android 11 Update: Phones List and Expected Release Date

Asus Android 11 Update

Asus is generally frequent with their updates with a plan of two major updates along with regular security updates. So any Asus device that came with Android 9 Pie out of the box will surely receive the Android 11 update coming later this year. So if you are an Asus smartphone user, and you are wondering whether or not you will get the upcoming Android 11 on your device, then this is the right article for you.

Release Date

The stable Android 11 update for eligible Asus devices expected to be released in December 2020.

List of Asus Phones Expected to Get Android 11

  • Asus 6z (Zenfone 6)
  • Asus ROG Phone 2


Keep in mind though that there is no official word from any Company about which devices will receive the Android 11 update. But as per their track record and promise of their major OS updates, we have narrowed it down to their devices as of now. Hopefully, this article answered your query on whether or not your device will receive the Android 11 update. For more useful information like this, be sure to check out our other articles on the site.

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