In February this year, Google rolled out the first Android 11 Developer Preview build in order for developers to make their apps compatible with this next version of Android. It then went on to release 3 other Developer Preview builds.
Back in June, the search giant finally released the beta version for Android 11. This new beta build was way more polished than the earlier Developer Preview (DP) builds and since then, Google has rolled out the beta 2 and beta 3 updates.
Cut to now, OEMs such as OnePlus have already released multiple beta updates and are preparing to release the stable version of the Android 11 update for their eligible devices. This means that we will soon start seeing Android vendors begin rolling out Android 11 left, right, and center.
Therefore, tracking the update status for devices from multiple OEMs will be extremely difficult. Moreover, mobile carriers also release updates at their own pace which adds to the confusion.
However, there’s no reason to fret since we’ll be doing that for you. In this post, you’ll be able to track the Android 11 update rollout for every major Android vendor and carrier. So all you need to do is head over to the section of the OEM or carrier for which you want to know more about the status of Android 11 below.
Not only that, but we’ll also bring to you all the Android 11 related major developments.
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Android 11-related developments and announcements
Google has confirmed that it will not be shutting down the Android Beta Program and it will remain open for pre-release updates. Prior to this, it would be shut down once the stable update went live.
Since Google has released the stable version of Android 11, like always, the search giant has now also fully uploaded the source code for Android 11 for anyone to check out or work with.
Google has revealed the Android 11 Go edition, that will be available for the devices with up to 2GB RAM. It will offer up to 900MB of additional free storage space and also bring along the gesture-based navigation.
Google has announced that the Android GPU Inspector tool in Android Studio is now in Open Beta for all game developers. At present, only the Pixel 4 and 4XL running Android 11 are supported.
The search giant shared that it is officially ending Daydream App support with Android 11. Thus, users may not be able to use the VR app on their devices running Android 11 or later.
NOTE: Clicking/tapping on a concerned section in the OEM- and Carrier-specific index below will take you to the section/table of your interest.
INDEX for OEMs and Carriers
Note: The tables below are being updated regularly as and when a new update rolls out for any of the eligible devices.
Android 11-based custom skin: One UI 3.0/One UI 3.1
NOTE 1: For detailed-view of One UI 3.0 on Samsung devices, route here. NOTE 2: For One UI 3.0-related known bugs and issues, head here.
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