It has gotten standard for Google to dispatch another Android version every year and there is synergic expectation from the Android users as well. The search engine giant is getting ready to launch yet another Android version after the Android 10 version otherwise known as Android Q version (as reputed before).
Trust me, the Android 10 update is bit by bit entering the mid-range devices from the flagship phone updates since the beginning of the year. Alright, let’s take projection into the future as there will be the next Android version in this 2020. It will be called Android 11 aka Android R, since R comes after letter Q and Google follows that trend while naming the new Android versions. So we should give equivalent weightage to Android R as well because the Android 11 name is not yet concluded.
Initially, Google planned an event on June 3 where it was likewise expected to announce the release of Android 11 Beta. Be that as it may, it didn’t go as per the arrangement and the event was postponed due to the ongoing tension across the United States.
Notwithstanding, Google has discharged four Developer Previews as of not long ago, which gives us a closer look at what to expect. What can also be expected is the list of smartphones that will be receiving the Android 11 update soon after the launch.
Here are the smartphones that are likely to receive the latest version of Android.
Google Android 11 update
Samsung Android 11 update
Nokia Android 11 update
OnePlus Android 11 update
Xiaomi and Redmi Android 11 update
POCO Android 11 update
HUAWEI and HONOR Android 11 update
Realme Android 11 update
OPPO Android 11 update
Vivo Android 11 update
Sony Android 11 update
LG Android 11 update
Asus Android 11 update
It must be noted that these are the expected devices that will receive the Android 11 update and the final list may defer. We will keep the list updated as and when the OEMs announce the update for their devices.
However, for now, is your device on the list? Let us know in the comments below. Meanwhile, you can check out the major Android 11 Features, Beta Program, and Everything Else You Need to Know