NOTICE: We’ve compiled a comprehensive Android 11 update tracker – that will be updated frequently continuously – to serve our readers the latest information regarding Android 11 release on devices by major OEMs and carriers of the US, UK, Canada & Australia.

New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….

Original story (published on January 21, 2021) follows:

Google released Android 11 in September last year and most smartphone vendors have started rolling out the new Android version along with their custom skins to eligible devices.

Mobile carriers such as Rogers, TELUS, Fido, Koodo, and Bell have also begun rolling out Android 11 to devices for which OEMs have released the stable update.

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Since mobile carriers test updates separately, users with carrier-branded phones often receive software updates later than those with the unlocked models.

Of course, there are always some exceptions but this is what has come to be expected generally.

Canadian mobile carriers such as Fido, Rogers, Koodo, and TELUS share their software upgrade schedules with the public. Thus, users aren’t left in the dark about when they will receive a software update on their device(s).

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To make things easier for you, we’ve also rounded up all the Android 11 update eligible smartphones from the four major carriers in Canada — Rogers, Telus, Fido, and Bell.

And in this post, we will keep track of the Android 11 rollout for devices from Rogers, TELUS, Fido, and Bell in Canada.

Simply head to the section of the mobile carrier for which you wish to know the status and availability of Android 11 for eligible devices. The article will be updated regularly with the latest details.

Update 1 (January 22)

10:50 am (IST): Rogers and Fido appeared to have started seeding the One UI 3.0 update to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2. The same has been confirmed by a couple of users on Reddit (1, 2).

Update 2 (January 23)

10:35 am (IST): Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ users with devices on the TELUS/Koodo network are beginning to receive the update to Android 11 with One UI 3.0 on top as per fresh reports on Reddit.

12:55 am (IST): TELUS would be rolling out the One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Z Flip in Canada on February 2. Head here for our detailed coverage.

03:42 pm (IST): As per Rogers’ latest OS upgrade schedule, the carrier rolled out Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G on January 19.

Update 3 (January 27)

05:15 pm (IST): Fido has updated its OS upgrade schedule wherein it has listed that the Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e is coming soon.

Update 4 (February 02)

06:35 pm (IST): Samsung Galaxy S10 users with unlocked models and ones from TELUS are now reportedly getting the One UI 3.0 update based on Android 11. The update was expected to go live by February 02, hence it’s no surprise.

Update 5 (February 03)

11:44 am (IST): The One UI 3.0 update is now rolling out to Bell users in Canada on their Galaxy S10. Of course, it is based on Android 11.

Update 6 (February 04)

11:42 am (IST): Galaxy S10e users in Canada making use of the Rogers network carrier are now receiving the update as well after Telus.

Update 7 (February 06)

06:00 pm (IST): Koodo stuck to its plan to release Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup on February 02. The update is rolling out with the build number FUA2 and also brings the January security patch as per details shared on SamMobile’s database.

Update 8 (February 08)

07:30 pm (IST): Rogers and TELUS have confirmed that they will be seeding the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update for the Galaxy S20 FE 5G on February 16 and February 17 respectively.

Update 9 (February 12)

10:25 am (IST): Fido has updated its OS update schedule wherein it has listed that the Android 11 update for the Galaxy S20 FE will go live on February 16.

Update 10 (February 17)

01:16 pm (IST): Koodo will be rolling out the Android 11 update for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE today in Canada as per details shared by the carrier. Head here for more info.

Update 11 (February 20)

12:10 pm (IST): As per Fido’s OS upgrade schedule, the carrier locked LG G7 One (aka LG X5 and LG Q9 One) units in Canada will start getting the Android 11 update from March 31, 2021. Full coverage here.

Update 12 (February 24)

06:15 pm (IST): It seems that the Android 11 update has been released for Samsung Galaxy A51 users with models from Bell in Canada. More on this here.

Update 13 (February 27)

11:40 am (IST): Fido has confirmed that the Motorola Edge+ will get the Android 11 update on March 23. Head here for our detailed coverage.

Update 14 (March 08)

06:24 pm (IST): Samsung will apparently release the One UI 3.1 update based on Android 11 for the Galaxy A71 on March 16 in Canada. The information was shared by Rogers via its OS upgrade schedule. Check out our detailed coverage here.

06:55 pm (IST): TELUS is also expected to release the Android 11 update for the Samsung Galaxy A71 on March 16 in Canada. More details here.

Update 15 (March 10)

01:51 pm (IST): Fido has confirmed that the LG Velvet 5G will get the update to Android 11 on March 26 in Canada. Head here for the complete story.

06:13 pm (IST): As per details shared by Fido, the Samsung Galaxy A71 will get the One UI 3.1 update based on Android 11 on March 16. More details available here.

Update 16 (March 11)

07:25 pm (IST): Koodo has also confirmed that Samsung will release the Android 11 update with One UI 3.1 for the Samsung Galaxy A71 on March 16 in Canada. Check out other details here.

Update 17 (March 13)

03:10 pm (IST): Rogers has confirmed that it will be sending out the Android 11 update to the LG Velvet on March 23 via its OS upgrade schedule.

Update 18 (March 20)

06:32 pm (IST): Rogers appears to have switched up the date for the release of Android 11 for the LG Velvet from March 23 to March 26. It has also confirmed that the Motorola Edge+ will get the Android 11 update on March 23 and the LG G7 One will get it on March 31. More on that here.

TELUS has also revealed that the Motorola Edge+ will get Android 11 on March 23.

Update 19 (March 23)

05:40 pm (IST): Koodo has also confirmed that the Motorola Edge+ will bag the Android 11 update today in Canada. Check out more details here.

Update 20 (March 24)

11:10 am (IST): Motorola has released the Android 11 update for the Motorola Edge+ in Canada. The update should be available on unlocked as well as models sold by carriers. Head here for more details.

Update 21 (March 26)

11:18 am (IST): LG Velvet 5G users in Canada have begun receiving the Android 11 update on their handsets. The update should be available to units from all carriers in the country. If not, you may have to wait a few hours or even a couple of days. More details here.

Update 22 (March 27)

10:50 am (IST): LG V60 ThinQ users in Canada will apparently get the Android 11 update on their devices on March 31, at least those with units from TELUS. Check out all the details here.

Update 23 (April 01)

05:15 pm (IST): Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G and Galaxy Z Fold2 5G units on the Bell Network is receiving the Android 11 update as per the network’s software update page (1, 2).

Update 24 (April 02)

11:48 am (IST): LG V60 ThinQ units on Bell network have started receiving the Android 11 update as per a user.

02:55 pm (IST): Canadian networks are on the move as LG G7 One (aka LG X5 Android One) on the Koodo network is now also receiving the Android 11 update.

Update 25 (April 10)

10:55 am (IST): TELUS has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy A50 and Galaxy A51 will get the update to Android 11 on April 20. Check out all the details here.

Update 26 (April 13)

11:00 am (IST): Fido has confirmed that the Android 11 update is coming soon for the Samsung Galaxy A70. Head here for all the details.

12:59 pm (IST): Koodo has also confirmed that it will be sending out Android 11 for the Galaxy A50 and A51 on April 20. Check out more details here.

Update 27 (April 14)

06:45 pm (IST): In its OS upgrade schedule, Fido has confirmed that the Galaxy A51 and A50 will get Android 11 on April 20.

Update 28 (April 17)

12:12 pm (IST): TELUS has confirmed that the Android 11 update for the Motorola One Hyper will go live on April 21. Head here for our detailed coverage.

01:05 pm (IST): Samsung will be rolling out Android 11 for the Galaxy A70 on April 27 according to details shared by TELUS. More info here.

Update 29 (April 20)

05:50 pm (IST): Motorola One Hyper models sold via Bell and TELUS have started getting the update to Android 11. More details here.

06:20 pm (IST): Koodo has confirmed that it will release the Android 11 update for the Motorola One Hyper on April 21 and for the Galaxy A70 on April 27. More details here.

Update 30 (April 21)

01:20 pm (IST): Samsung is rolling out the Android 11 update for the Galaxy A51 and A50 in Canada as expected. The update should be live for units from all carriers in the country.

Update 31 (April 23)

06:01 pm (IST): Fido has also confirmed — via its OS upgrade schedule — that it will release the Android 11 update for the Galaxy A70 on April 27.

Update 32 (May 08)

11:47 am (IST): Motorola is expected to release the Android 11 update for the Moto G Fast on May 11 in Canada. Head here for all the details.

Update 33 (May 14)

04:02 pm (IST): New developments indicate that the Android 11 update is live for the Motorola G Fast in Canada. At least for the units sold by Bell.

Update 34 (June 05)

08:10 pm (IST): The Telus, Rogers, and Fido Samsung Galaxy A11 variants are scheduled to get the update to Android 11-based One UI 3.1 on June 15 in Canada. More details here.

    NOTE: Clicking/tapping on a concerned section in the index below will take you to the section/table of your interest.
INDEX for the Canadian carrier trackers
    Note: The tables below are being updated regularly as and when a new update rolls out for any of the eligible devices.

Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
12. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
14. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
15. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Released
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Released
18. Samsung Galaxy S10 Released
19. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Released
20. Samsung Galaxy S10e Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy A51 Released
22. Samsung Galaxy A50 Released
23. Samsung Galaxy A71 Expected on March 16
24. Samsung Galaxy A20
25. Samsung Galaxy A10e
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 Released
27. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Released
28. Samsung Galaxy Fold
29. Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro
30. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Released

Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Google Pixel 3a XL Released
7. Google Pixel 4 Released
8. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
9. Google Pixel 4a Released
10. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
12. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
14. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
15. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Released
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Released
18. Samsung Galaxy S10 Released
19. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Released
20. Samsung Galaxy S10e Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
36. Motorola Razr
37. Motorola Moto G Fast Expected on May 11
38. Motorola One Vision
39. TCL 10 Pro
40. TCL 10L

Carrier: Fido

Sr. No. Device name Release status
6. Google Pixel 3a XL Released
7. Google Pixel 4 Released
8. Google Pixel 4 XL Released
9. Google Pixel 4a Released
10. LG G8 ThinQ
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
12. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
14. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
15. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Released
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Released
18. Samsung Galaxy S10 Released
19. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Released
20. Samsung Galaxy S10e Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy A51 Released
22. Samsung Galaxy A50 Released
23. Samsung Galaxy A71 Expected on March 16
24. Samsung Galaxy A20
25. Samsung Galaxy A10e
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 Released
27. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Released
28. Samsung Galaxy Fold
29. Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro
30. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Released

Carrier: Bell

Sr. No. Device name Release status
1. Google Pixel 2
2. Google Pixel 2 XL
3. Google Pixel 3 Released
4. Google Pixel 3 XL Released
5. Google Pixel 3a Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 ReleasedNEW
12. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
14. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
15. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Released
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Released
18. Samsung Galaxy S10 Released
19. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Released
20. Samsung Galaxy S10e Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
21. Samsung Galaxy A51 Released
22. Samsung Galaxy A50 Released
23. Samsung Galaxy A71
24. Samsung Galaxy A70
25. Samsung Galaxy A20
Sr. No. Device name Release status
26. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 ReleasedNEW
27. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
28. Samsung Galaxy Fold
29. Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro
30. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4
Sr. No. Device name Release status
31. LG G8X ThinQ
32. LG Velvet Released
33. LG V60 ThinQ 5G Released
34. Motorola One Hyper Released
35. Motorola Edge+ Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
36. Motorola Moto G Fast Released
37. Motorola One Vision
38. TCL 10 Pro
39. TCL 10L

Sr. No. Device name Release status
11. Samsung Galaxy S20 Released
12. Samsung Galaxy S20+ Released
13. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Released
14. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Released
15. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Released
Sr. No. Device name Release status
16. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Released
17. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Released
18. Samsung Galaxy S10 Released
19. Samsung Galaxy S10+ Released
20. Samsung Galaxy S10e Released

P.S. Please note, the devices listed in the table above are based on eligibility and other factors. It’s our compilation and not the official one. So you may expect some changes depending on the course of the concerned OEM.

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