What Android 11 Brings New as it Rolls Out in Stable and Beta Versions for Specific Phones

Who said that the world’s most popular operating system for mobile devices is done impressing us? Android 10 had plenty of useful and new stuff to offer, like Focus Mode for shutting off notifications, a dark theme, Gesture Navigation, and more. But Android 11 is ready to take things even further.

As it was expected and it’s totally reasonable, Google firstly began rolling out stable builds of its Android 11 OS for Pixel smartphones. Furthermore, beta releases of the latest Android version are also arriving for OnePlus, Xiaomi, Realme, and OPPO phones.

What’s New

Power Menu Device Control

The new power menu in Android 11 allows the user to quickly access his connected smart devices. For doing this, the user has to simply long-press the power button to open the new menu and control connected devices with a tap. By this method, there will be no need to open multiple apps.

Built-in screen recording

With Android 11, there’s no need for a third-party app anymore for recording what happens on your phone’s screen. You can record both your screen and the sounds that occur while you’re maneuvering the phone.

Wireless Android Auto

Thanks to Android 11, we’ll finally be able to see all devices working wirelessly through Android Auto. All the user needs is a compatible head unit or aftermarket receiver.

Android 11 begins rolling out today, September 8, in stable releases for all Pixel devices above Pixel 2. Smartphones like OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, OPPO Find X2, OPPO Find X2 Pro, OPPO Ace2, OPPO Reno3 4G, OPPO Reno3 Pro 4G, and the Realme X50 Pro are also getting new beta builds for Android 11 today.

Android 11 has plenty of other features not mentioned here, so the best thing that you can do is grab one of the smartphone models listed above and put the new version of Google OS to the test.

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