Android 11 Beta Update Available for Oppo X2, F2 Pro and Mi 10

Android 11 features

Google Android 11 Beta has already been announced by Oppo for its latest flagship smartphones Find X2 and Find X2.

The Mi 10 and Mi10 Pro smartphones will soon get the Android 11 Beta 1 update. Today, the official operating system Android 11 has been announced by Google. The company has announced a beta program of the new operating system from its social media handles. After this, Xiaomi’s India head Manu Kumar Jain also tweeted that soon the Android 11 Beta 1 update will be given in the 108MP smartphone Mi10 and MI10 Pro as well. However, he did not say how long it would be rolled out.

Android 11 Beta Update

At the same time, Google Android 11 Beta has already been announced by Oppo for its latest flagship smartphone Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. Please tell that Google released Android 11 beta for Pixel phone. In 2018, Google expanded the Beta program to support non-pixel and non-Nexus devices. Xiaomi Mi9, Redmi K20 Pro and Mi Mix 3G are some of the smartphones that participated in Android Q Beta.

What will be special in Android 11

Among the new features being added to Android 11 are one-time access to location, microphone, and camera data access. Due to this new feature, developers will get more and more information. Due to this new option, developers who create the app will get access to the user’s data as long as the user uses the app. If the user leaves using an app, then the developer will not have access to the data related to the user’s location, etc.

Android 11 Beta Update

Another major upgrade that has been seen in Android 11 is that now users will get freedom from spam calls. Android 11 will get access to stop call screening apps. With the help of this software, the apps will find out about the call using artificial intelligence, which can prove to be a great weapon to check spamming and fake calls. Apart from this, it will also have a record as to why any user has rejected a call. If the subscriber is allowing the permission, then the calling app of Android 11 can be able to detect whether the call is being made from any of your contact list or a call is being made from an unknown number.

Lingraj Sahu
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