The newer the operating system is installed on any mobile device, the greater the number of available functions and capabilities that all users can count on. Since March 2020, Google has been inviting everyone to take part in testing its latest platform called Android 11, which is incredibly advanced in terms of its qualities, containing a number of important innovations.
Nevertheless, until recently, only users of its proprietary mobile devices could install this OS, while software was not available to owners of products from other manufacturers. In the first half of July, the situation changed radically.
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As it was found out, the Android 11 operating system came out for 13 models of smartphones that were released by 7 manufacturers, that is, simply put, users of all such can now install a stable beta version of the new operating systems to take part in its testing. Judging by the feedback from the owners of the phones, the new OS is quite stable, and there are no problems with its operation.
That is why it can be safely installed now, without waiting for the release of the final stable assembly, which will be released only in the first half of September. However, in this case, you should definitely make a backup copy of the data so that in which case you can recover from it.
Until recently, the Android11 Developer Preview operating system was available exclusively to owners of smartphones such as Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. Now, owners of many other phones released by seven different electronics manufacturers, including large and well-known ones like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Vivo, Sharp, Realme, Oppo, and others, can install this OS on their phones.
As you can easily see, only Chinese and Japanese manufacturers have released the latest software for their phones, while brands from other countries, as always, prefer to pretend that the new OS does not even exist.
According to official figures, you can already install Android 11 Beta on phone models such as OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, Realme X50 Pro and Realme X50 Pro Player Edition, Sharp Aquos Zero 2, Vivo Nex 3S, Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, Poco F2 Pro, iQOO 3 4G, and iQOO 3 5G, as well as Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. In the near future, other smartphones will have to join the early access program, and the widest possible circle of people will be able to take part in testing the latest, most modern software.
The new OS contains many important changes that relate to the privacy and confidentiality of information. In addition, it boasts several times more reliable anti-malware protection system, which makes it the safest of all in the Android line.