The operating system has the most number of users all around the world. Google’s own Android is getting a new update real soon.
The official announcement is yet to come but reports say it’ll be having new and updated features that will enhance the overall experience of users to the next level.
So here we drop down all you want to know about the next android update.
Android and its Previous Updates: An Overview
Android, being one of the most commonly used Operating Systems designed and controlled by Google in most smartphones.
Ten versions of Android have been released which were named under different types of snacks and food items.
The first version called Android Cupcake was released in 2007. After that Android Eclair, Ice Cream Sandwich, Ginger Bread, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nuggets, Oreo, Pie, Quiche were released.
Android 11 is also going to be named on this basis, which will be Rhubarb and Custard.
Android 11: Details on the Release
Even though there aren’t any official updates in the release of Android 11, the announcement is expected to come by May 2020 and the official release will be by the end of 2020.
The report says Google Pixel 4 would be the first handset with Android 11 while the last time OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro were the first devices with Android 10.
The Google IO 2020 will be hosted on May 12-14 which is expected to be where the announcement will be made. It is a developer’s conference and the announcement is likely to be made on May 12.
Android 11: What features to watch out for?
The system update will be having this as a prominent feature.
The system will be able to find the type of connection the device is using and optimize applications and their data consumption on the basis of that.
This will be a great step towards 5G adoption.
Well, the other updates include, a text box that can be operated from the notification panel itself which will be of great use during multitasking.
Other features include Bluetooth connectivity with the Airplane mode turned on, the feature with granting permissions to applications and providing with ‘Just this once’ option.
All the information is based on various reports as the official report is yet to come.
By September, the Pixel devices are expected to receive an update to the next level of the operating system.