Ending wait of tech lovers Google finally has made Android 11 public. As per reports from BGR.in the tech giant has released the beta for Android 11, which is the next big update of the popular mobile operating system. The release has come earlier as per the newly revised schedule of Google.
Due to pandemic, it was expected to miss the schedule. However, this early release has come with a restriction. The beta version would be available for only a few devices, unlike the previous Android 10 rollout. Only Google Pixel use would get their hands on the latest Android 11 as of now.
The new beta version supports only the Google Pixel 2 series, 3 series, 3a series, and Pixel 4 series devices. The reason for this limited rollout is nothing but the ongoing pandemic. Since most of Google’s staff is working from home (and would do so till the end of 2020) the company is having a hard time keeping up with deadlines. Apart from this beta version, 2 more Android 11 public beta would be launched in the coming times. They would also be restricted to Pixel devices as per reports.
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Some of the features with which the Android 11 comes include:
- Developers would be able to enable media controls in Quick Settings
- It brings a customizable power menu
- New icon shape overlays including Vessel, Tapered Rect, and Pebble
- New setting for Bubbles notifications