Google’s all set to dominate the market with new Android 11. The beta version announced back was set for launch on 3rd June. But, Google postponed it because of George Floyd’s death and ongoing protests against racism. The Android 11 beta is finally out now blowing the internet. Android 11 beta introduces us to some additional exciting features for better user experience.
Google promises to make Android “people-centric and expressive,” said in a blog post. “We’re making Android more people-centric and expressive, reimagining the way we have conversations on our phones, and building an OS that can recognize and prioritize the most important people in your life,”
The Android 11 doesn’t have something really new to explore but serves us several improved features. Android 11 beta consist of many key features like improved media controls, bubble chat, priority conversation, do not disturb and notifications. You can new create a conversation or shortcut to home screen with new conversation features.
Bubble chat allows you to text people without having you to switch between apps. It was essential and can be very helpful at various occasions. Bubble chat makes the multitasking easier now. We also have alert and silent notifications option in Android 11 beta. Improved voice access can run your phone without touching the device. The improved features, privacy and controls of Android 11 beta by Google is something much needed by users.
Android 11 Beta is available for now to download. Let’s check
How to Download Google Android 11 Beta:
Before we begin, know that it’s the Beta version and you will receive all the OS updates after the final release. Also, Updating to beta can be a risky task sometimes and may cause Data loss. Please Ensure that you have backed up your device before Installing the Android 11 Beta.
Android 11 beta is only eligible for Google Pixel phones. Check the list below:
- Pixel 2, 2 XL
- Pixel 3, 3 XL
- Pixel 3A, 3A XL
- Pixel 4, 4 XL
To update your device, all you need is a Pixel Android phone with your Google account Signed-in. Visit the enrollment page and select your device from the “view your eligible devices” list.
Once done, You will soon receive a notification for the update. Wait for atleast 24 -hours says Google.
You can also do it manually by Settings > System > Advanced > System Update, and click on Check for update.
Once you receive and download the Beta, the installation process begins, you can use Android Flash Tool or flashing method to install it.
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