Android 11 beta version : What's new, compatible phones, and how to update

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After four developer releases and three beta builds, Google has officially released the Android 11 beta version. Today, the final release of the new version of Google's mobile operating system begins.

Android 11 improves conversations, and our privacy manages connected devices and many other features that we will see below.
What changes have been made to the Android 11 beta?
- Notification history: The whole history of notifications is now visible.
- Conversation priority: All messages will be grouped into the new Conversations section. We can prioritize conversations so that you don't miss any important messages.
- Chat bubbles: Now you can chat from any app thanks to chat bubbles

- Improved notifications: Conversations, Notifications, and Mute are the three areas that have been added to the notification bar.

- Screen Recording: 

The quick setting bar finally integrates screen recording. Audio can be recorded from the microphone or from the device.

- Home Automation: 

You can manage all your smart devices from the lock menu. So we can control lights, thermostats, speakers, and other smart devices without having to use Google Home, and then or something like that.

- Updated multimedia controls: 

Now we may easily switch the device on which the content is played by using a multimedia notice that will swiftly show up in the settings bar.

Wireless Android Auto: 

With this version and compatible cars, you no longer need to your smartphone to the car with a cable to use Android Auto.

Single Use Permission:

For more sensitive permissions like Microphone, Camera, and Location, you can allow an app to access this permission only once.

- Permissions reset automatically:

Permissions will be reset automatically when we don't use an app for a long time.

- Further updates via Google Play: 

Update systems for Google Play will provide you more extra units. So that Google can update your phone with more privacy and security updates without depending on the manufacturer.

- Android Enterprise:

The new version provides more privacy protection from a personally-owned device to a company-owned device. Your company will not be able to monitor your profile data or your phone activity.

Phones compatible with the new Android 11 beta version

Google confirms that the Android 11 beta version will start rolling out today. The first devices that will actually get the update are the Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and Pixel 4. The update will also arrive today on many OnePlus, OPPO, Xiaomi, and Realme phones that were getting the Android 11 beta version.

The phone that received the latest beta version of Android 11 beta version are:

Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, Pixel 4
Xiaomi Mi 10Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 ,
OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro.
OPPO Find X2, OPPO Reno3 4G, OPPO Reno3 Pro 4G
Realme X50 Pro

Google announced that Android 11 will reach more phones of other companies in the coming months. Now we will have to wait for the companies to announce their update date.

How to update your phone to the new Android 11 

If you have a Pixel phone, you can now update from Settings > System > Advanced options > System update > Check for updates. If the Pixel has already been updated to the Android 11 beta version, the update will be around 11MB. If you have Android 10,  will occupy more than 1 GB.
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