The 2020 Android upgrade defined to be Android 11 — that’s not thought, but fact. Since Google has confirmed that the name itself, this follows because, with Android 10, Google agreed to support a method of system business that is going.
Meaning while Android 9 has been Android Pie, Android 10 was not Android Quiche, and Android 11 will not be Android Rhubarb and Custard – but it is going to packed with upgrades and, probably, a couple of long-awaited features.
It is to be shown in mid-2020 before being released for the Pixel device around September and then rolled out to new Android phones from late 2020 through nicely into 2021.
Mid-2021 is a way off, but we have already started gathering rumors and information surrounding the upcoming Android working system. Here we will collect everything we know about Android 11.
Android 11 release date
Google will reveal a few of the features of its latest operating system at Google IO in May.
Then, different smartphone companies are going to have their devices eligible for the upgrade slowly with time. The OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro was the first non-Google smartphones that came with Android 10, but it might be a business for Android 11.
Not all smartphone makers update now, however, and it will probably be a time in 2021 that smartphones that could improve, have had the update made available.
Android 11 features
There’s just 1 Android 11 attribute we know of so much. The operating system supports it, however, so it is not just speculation.
This attribute is ‘Scoped Storage,’ which initially intended to be accessible in Android 10, but Google pushed it back because of complaints from Android programmers.
Scoped Storage is a brand new way of organizing what data your apps can read — in short, it makes memory read rates considerably faster, improves your safety, and stops you will need to provide every new app permissions.
That is the only Android 11 attribute we all know of, but because Android 10 is not available on many devices yet, it will be some time before we get to hear more.
What Our Group like to see in Android 11
These are the improvements we want to see in Android 11; we don’t have in the newest build of Google’s operating system.
An NFC Alternate that is file-sharing
With Android 10 came the elimination of Android Beam, which let phones share documents over NFC.
All you needed to do was to share information, but it has gone now.
It would be handy to get some easy-to-use option that lets you share photos, videos, music, or other documents. By simply pressing on the mobiles against each other at the moment, it may be a real hassle to use a particular app to do so. And Apple’s Airdrop is a helpful feature that has no equal in Android.
Improved dark mode
The dark mode is not for everybody, but people who use it love it, or they need to. At least, but in Android 10, it’s a lot of problems.
Primarily, not that many apps have their dark modes, not all Google apps. So using your smartphone with dark mode on can often see you switching directly from unfair apps to light ones and back again.
Second, on apps that do have a dark mode, some text is not color-change and can stay invisible. That happens on Google search so that you can not see suggested effects.
For dark mode to use on Android smartphones, it ought to use for many apps. Instead of only an optional toggle here and there.
Extended chat bubbles’
Among the newest features of Android 10 was the room of chat bubbles,’. Like Facebook Messenger, placed over the top of other apps that allow you to find all your discussions. Over many apps all in one easy-to-access format.
Not all apps fit. However, and while a few of those which you use to message people, many are not.
With just the first text app Messages, and Google Hangouts, compatible. That means in case you would like to have conversations over apps. For the most part, you are going to be using those apps.
It would be useful if more apps became harmonious — WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Twitter, and maybe even relationship apps! Then, it would be incredibly easy to keep on top of your different conversations across all the different apps that fill up your telephone.
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