The newer and more modern operating system is installed on any mobile device, the better it can work because usually over the years any software only gets better in every way. Back in March, that is, two months ago, the first beta version of Android 11 from Google was released.
Since this was an early test build, many of the new features in it were not available for use, since work on them was still underway, and in addition, users encountered various problems during their use, such as sudden crashes of applications, fast discharge speed battery, as well as many other problems. However, it is understandable, because the test assembly is needed to fully bring it to mind and then release it in its final form.
However, a stable version of the Android 11 operating system has become available to all comers, and it is extremely attractive in terms of its combination of qualities. The new build is the fourth beta version and the first stable version of the new OS from Google.
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This software is free from critical flaws, so it can already be installed on any smartphone. If this was released by the “search giant” or a partner company, you can do it officially, while otherwise, you can use the custom version of the firmware, which may be available for certain models of some smartphone.
The new operating system in the face of Android 11 contains a powerful reliable system of protection against snooping and malicious software, advanced capabilities in terms of customizing the interface, as well as a host of other pleasant features, due to which this platform is extremely attractive in terms of its combination of qualities.
This operating system contains a lot of different advantages, however, since it is still a beta version, minor problems can still occur in its operation, such as the incorrect display of certain menu items, or the inaccessibility of certain new features that will add with future updates.
Already in June, that is, in a month, a new stable beta version of the operating system will be released, while in July Google is going to release an almost perfectly working assembly, but still a test one. In August, the pre-final assembly will be released, which should work fully without bugs and shortcomings, and if it really turns out to be such, a few weeks later, in early September, the final assembly of Android 11 will be released, which will be final and final.
Currently, a stable beta version of the new OS can be installed on phone models such as Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, as well as, in addition to Moreover, on mobile devices from various third-party brands, if their manufacturers quickly release test builds of the latest platform.