The first public beta of Android 11 from Google is now online for Pixel devices


The first public beta of Android 11 from Google is now online and is currently limited to Pixel, including pixels 2, 3, 3a and 4.If you have one of the eligible smartphones, go to the Android 11 page here to register your smartphone. Others can access the Android Flash tool to manually flash the version on your Pixel.

In the past two years, Google has opened the beta to other OEMs like OnePlus, Nokia, Xiaomi, LG and Sony. It is currently unclear when these OEMs will have access to the public beta version of Android 11.

Currently on my Google Pixel 4 XL I can’t download the beta, so don’t worry if it doesn’t work for you.

Some features of Android 11 make communication more accessible and easier. This includes “Bubbles” SMS similar to what Facebook has been doing for years, as well as emoji and text prediction on Gboard and moving messaging apps to a dedicated area in the notification section.

Google has also added new ways to control your connected devices and media in your home. You can easily control which device plays your audio and video content.

There are also more privacy controls available with Android 11.

You can read more about the features of Android 11 here.


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