Google has revealed that its annual conference, Google I / O, will take place between May 12th to 14th. This means that it is on these dates that we will officially have the new Android 11.
However, it is expected that before the conference Google releases the beta version to developers. This usually happens a few weeks to a month before Google I / O.
What to expect from Android 11
There is still not much information about the new features of Android 11. However, we know that Google will not intend to drastically change the design of the operating system. Otherwise, we already had some images of this transformation.
Therefore, it is believed that Android 11 may have improvements in terms of features and characteristics. Just like Android 10 gave us last year.
- Minor User Interface changes (design)
- Security improvement
- File sharing system (identical to AirDrop)
- Improved Dark Mode
- Bubbles for App notifications (like Facebook Messenger)
- Native screen recording
Security will certainly be another focal point. Google is still unable to resolve issues with the Google Play Store for Apps that contain malware, spyware or Adware. Google CEO Sundar Pichai is eagerly expected to reveal some sort of strategy to alleviate the situation.
When Android 11 will arrive on your smartphone
This is where things can get complicated. Let me explain. Shortly before May (or even at the Google I / O conference) developers and the public will be able to test Android 11 in Beta format.
The “normal” version, if it follows the pattern of previous years, should arrive in the third quarter to Google smartphones. Still, there are manufacturers who take serious care to update their devices quickly.
Therefore, we can expect that brands like Nokia, OnePlus and some Xiaomi smartphones will be among the first to receive the update. Most of them still in 2020.
Since Xiaomi, since it has more smartphones on the market, only a few of them will have this benefit. Usually the top of the range and the most successful intermediaries throughout the year.
In short, all of this information is based on the history of Google and the manufacturers with updates to the Android operating system. I do not think that Android 11 will have many differences in its timing.
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