After the release of the beta Android 11 by Google, the other brands are announcing the availability of this beta on some of their models. The beta allows you to test the new features that will arrive on the stable version in a few months.
This week, Google has finally released the first beta of Android 11. As a reminder, this new version of the mobile operating system was already available in preview version, but it was a version very unstable and only for developers of applications. The new version is more stable, and closer to the final version which will be released in a few months.
On the other hand, while the preview could not be tested on the smartphones Pixel Google, the beta can also be tested on some models manufactured by companies that are third party. And following the announcement of the first beta, the manufacturers claim in their turn on what models it can be installed.
As we mentioned in a previous article, the beta of Android 11 will be available on the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro Oppo. And today, we also learn that this beta can also be installed on smartphones OnePlus, Xiaomi, Vivo, and Realme.
- On Twitter, OnePlus has announced the availability of the beta on the OnePlus 8 and on the OnePlus 8 Pro.
We are super excited to announce we have been working closely with Google to give OnePlus 8 Series users early access to Android 11 Beta as part of the Developer Preview Program. Learn more: https://t.co/1G3yDvlU8m pic.twitter.com/mDBoO8Dapy
— OnePlus (@oneplus) June 12, 2020
- For its part, Xiaomi has announced the availability in the near future for the Mi 10 and Mi Pro 10. And the Twitter account of Poco has also indicated that the beta will arrive soon on the Poco F2 Pro.
— MIUI (@miuirom) June 11, 2020
— POCO (@POCOGlobal) June 11, 2020
- According to the site, XDA, Realme account also propose the beta Android 11 on the Realme X50 Pro in the month of July.
Android 11 : a beta launched discreetly
Normally, every year, Google unveils the top new features of Android during the conference I/O. But this year, it was cancelled because of the pandemic. And online event that Google had planned to unveil the first beta of Android 11 was also cancelled. ” We have canceled the launch event in virtual reality to allow people to focus on the important discussions on racial justice in the United States “, explains Stephanie Cuthbertson, director at Google.
The beta has, however, been launched, but in a format that is more discreet, in order to allow developers to prepare for the update to Android 11. And normally, the list of devices on which this beta can be installed is expected to grow gradually.
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