Android 11 Update|Your Smartphone Will Become Super Smart

Google's new operating 11 system update will be available in the upcoming smartphone as well as the latest smartphone.

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Google recently launched the latest Android operating system Android 11. Also, the update of Android 11 has been started for the general public on behalf of smartphone makers. In such a situation, there is a lot of discussion about very new improved Android 11. But in the midst of this discussion, very few people know what kind of changes can be seen in the smartphone after the arrival of Android 11, so let’s know about the changes coming in your phone with the arrival of the Android 11 update.

Google’s operating system is quite popular, which is commonly used in every smartphone. Updates are issued from time to time by Google to make the user experience great. These have been released as a series of Android, known as Android 10, Android 11. Google’s new operating 11 system update will be available in the upcoming smartphone as well as the latest smartphone. However, the Android 11 update will not support smartphones with less than 2GB RAM. For this, separate Android Go support has been provided by Google.

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Android 11 update notification

With the arrival of Android 11, the most change will be seen in the power menu of the mobile. Meaning Home screen will offer smart home control, payment access, coupon pass, and boarding pass option. Meaning the use of the power button will not be limited to the unlock of the phone only.

Smart Home devices connected to the power button menu can be operated. In Google’s new Android 11 operating system, users will get notifications in bubbles. It will be exactly like Facebook Messenger. With the introduction of this feature, it will be easier to do multitasking on the phone. Also, notifications can be split separately in the new operating system. This will not miss your important messages.

With the arrival of the new Android 11, users can change the notification settings. Meaning, you will be able to set the Do not disturb setting in notifications. Also, notification history will also be found in the sub-menu of notifications. In Android 11, users can control the smartphone through their voice. Also, a separate quick tile will be provided for media control in the new Android 11. Apart from this, there will be an option to view the necessary messages for 24 hours from the notification history.

A new screenshot UI has been introduced in Android 11, which is somewhat similar to iOS. After taking the screenshot, users get options like share and edit on the left side. Also, features like native screen recording will also be available. In addition, an in-built voice recording will also be available.
Will be able to set a sharing option in new Android from Google. Meaning the sharing option you use more, you can set the upper side.

In the new Android 11 update, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modes will not be turned off when Airplane mode is introduced. This is going to give users a lot of convenience.

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android 11 update

Android 11 will get an important feature in terms of security, in which the user can give permission to access the location for a fixed time. That means permissions in Android 11 will auto-reset after some time.

Android 11 will be able to set the Dork Mode as an alarm. Meaning you can set the dork mode from 7 pm in the evening to 5 pm the next day, which would be a good option.

In Android 11 you will be able to group your conversion. Meaning, we will be able to create different group messages for different types of messages. Also, you can personalize these messages silent, default, and mute.

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Android 11 Features and Specifications

1. iPhone-like screenshot visuals

Similar to how other Android manufacturers – and indeed the iPhone – do it, when you take a screenshot, you’ll see a small thumbnail of that screenshot appear in the bottom corner of the display. It has a small ‘x’ to dismiss it, as well as ‘share’ and ‘edit’ options. That means it no longer takes up a full notification at the top of the screen.

2. Single time app permissions

Single time permissions are perhaps one of the biggest privacy-based features. It lets you tell an app it can only access your location just that one time you’re using the app, rather having to choose between ‘all the time’, ‘only when I’m using it’ or ‘never’. It gives you a lot more control.

3.Smart device controls

More and more people are incorporating some form of smart home tech in their lives. In response to this growing trend, Google added a new section in Android 11 that allows you to easily control your various devices without needing to open an app. You can hold down the power button to launch the new tool. At the top, you’ll find the usual power features, but underneath, you’ll see a lot more options. There’s a Google Pay shortcut that allows you to quickly choose which payment method you want your next contactless transaction to use. Under that, you’ll see a bunch of buttons connected to your various smart home products.

Android 11 will pre-populate this field with six of your devices, but you can add/remove devices as you see fit. Whichever devices you settle on, you can tap them to turn lights on or off, check your security cameras, unlock your front door, etc. No more opening three separate apps to do all those things!

4.Voice access – controlling your phone with your voice

One pretty smart accessibility feature is the ability to control your phone with your voice using Google’s Voice Access. With it activated, you can do anything simply by speaking. So if you want to launch an app you can, or even compose a message, send a tweet, view your photos. It assigns numbers to certain control elements within the user interface too. That means, for instance, if the number ’12’ is over the ‘X’ in the corner or the number ‘1’ over the ‘delete’ button, you can just say those numbers and it’ll action those commands as if you’d pressed them on screen.

5.Security and privacy

The Android 11 update brings some changes to app permissions. Now, you can grant an app permission to, say, your camera or location, on a one-off basis, instead of the existing options of ‘all the time’ and ‘only while using the app’.

In addition, your phone will automatically revoke permissions for apps if you haven’t used them in a while, so an app won’t track your location if you forget you have it downloaded, for example.

6.Built-in screen recording

Android 11 brings a feature some custom Android forks already have – built-in screen recording. This lets you use easily-accessible controls within the phone to create a video of what’s on your screen, similar to screenshots.

You can even record the sound of your phone, or use the mic to narrate what you’re doing, so this should be a great feature for creating a short-form video like TikToks, or for making tutorial videos to help less tech-savvy relatives make the most of their smartphone.

Related to this, the Android 11 sharing functions have seen wider rollout to apps, so you can easily copy and paste images, text, and videos from one app and send them straight to another.

Other useful features coming in Google’s OS Android 11

There are some new features that won’t run in the above categories

One of these is better 5G detection, so if you’re using a 5G phone Android 11 apps will know this more easily, and run like a flash as a result.

On the topic of improved innovative software, Android 11 will now detect hinge angles on foldable phones, so apps can better run when your foldable phone isn’t flat.

The Pixels aren’t the only phones getting Android 11 right away. According to a Google blog post announcing Android 11’s release, the update is “rolling out [Sept. 8] on select Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme phones.” In other words, those phones will be spared a long wait for Android 11.

As for other top Android phones, that depends. Google says to expect more phone makers launching the update in “the coming months,” but that can stretch into early next year based on our past experience with Android updates. You’ll need to check with your phone maker or carrier to see what the Android 11 update schedule is looking like for your particular phone.

To find out if the software update is available to your supported phone, go to Settings and select System, followed by Advanced and then System Update. You’ll be able to see if your phone is up-to-date or ready to receive Android 11.

Android 11 Release Date: When to expect it

Android 11 arrives after a three-month beta period, with the best beta of Android 11 debuting on June 10. As you might imagine, Google’s phones will be able to access the update right away, with the update coming to the Pixel 2 and later, including the just-released Google Pixel 4a.

The Google Pixels aren’t the only phones getting Android 11 right away. According to a Google blog post announcing Android 11’s released, the update was “rolled out [Sept. 8] on select Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Realme phones.” In other words, those phones will be spared a long wait for Android 11.

As for other top Android phones, that depends. Google says to expect more phone makers launching the update in “the coming months,” but that can stretch into early next year based on our past experience with Android updates. You’ll need to check with your phone maker or carrier to see what the Android 11 update schedule is looking like for your particular phone.

To find out if the software update is available to your supported phone, go to Settings and select System, followed by Advanced and then System Update. You’ll be able to see if your phone is up-to-date or ready to receive Android 11.

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