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The rarest scenario of the most visited website and the most used mobile operating system in the world again come together with a bang. Google is all set to release the latest Android version (Android 11) and it’s worth digging in for.
Normally, Google doesn’t release its Android versions in the 1st quarter of the year (considering the pattern). However, this year the company has launched its latest mobile OS, Android 11 version.
Alike other Android versions, Android 11 has advanced improvements and latest updates that will literally transform your Android phone. The latest version is a perfect combination of 5G, foldable displays, and machine learning that makes it the most awaited one in 2020.
Android 11 Preview, and Launching Timeline
A user-centric version that has been developed keeping privacy and security as the main priority. For once, you can compromise with the performance or network, but not with the data. No one can play around with your data or else you can use your digital rights to sue them then & there only.
In Q1 2020, Google has released a limited preview version of the Android 11 and that too for pixel phones and developers.
Every new breakthrough has to go through a lot of testing and improvement layers. And we’re glad to share that Android 11 is in that phase. What you need to do is, visit the page, download the system image on your Google Pixel devices. Once you explore it, don’t forget to share your experience with the company.
The compatible Pixel devices for Android 11 are Pixel 2 / 2 XL, Pixel 3 / 3 XL, Pixel 3a / 3a XL, and Google Pixel 4 / 4XL.
Since the new version isn’t fully functional for daily usage, the company is asking people to manually download the version. And if you go for Flash, then don’t forget to back up your data as you’ll need to fully reset the device.
Now, once the preview release is successful and as the company expected, they will be all set to release for consumer use in Q3 2020.
Since the product is in the developer preview phase, the company will surely get a lot of improvement ideas that will be entertained. However, you cannot meet everyone’s expectations. Once this phase is over, it will be followed by Beta release.
The Beta release phase is something that isn’t the final product, but a taste of it. It will be accessible for the users (depending on the mobile manufacturer or Android version) and the users will respond with loopholes or bugs (if any).
After these two filtering phases, the final product will be ready for users all over the world and they will be able to use Android 11 in Q3 2020. Again the compatibility to have Android 11 in your phones will depend on what latest Android version your device can support.
How To Get Android 11
Now if you are the one who either is the developer or has a Google (Pixel 2 / 2 XL, Pixel 3 / 3 XL, Pixel 3a / 3a XL, and Google Pixel 4 / 4XL) phone, time for you to explore the Android 11 developer preview:
- Click on the link and visit the page.
- Go through the pointers on the page to meet the prerequisites.
- Now, scroll down and click on “Download for Pixel”.
- Follow the process given on the page (according to your Pixel phone)
- Once you download the same for your device, get ready to experience the Android 11 on your device.
Please know that you will need to back up the device data before performing any action or else you may lose it. It’s one of the prerequisites to have the latest Android version on your device.
In case you have any confusion while performing the action, you can find the instructions here.
Also Read: How To Reset Pixel Phone To Factory Settings
Every time Google comes up with a new version of Android, we get excited. And why wouldn’t we? It covers or improves all the loopholes we found in the previous one or adds any latest technology that wasn’t compatible before.
The ones who own Pixel phones, get Android 11, explore it and don’t forget to share your unique experience in the comments below.
The ones who don’t, get it from your friends and do the same task of sharing the experience.