New update on July 9, 2020: The Android 11 Public Beta 2nd build has been released on July 8, 2020, by Google. It brings the ‘Platform Stability’ to the system so that the app developers can update their apps targetting to Android 11 properly. That means Google won’t gonna change much internally between now and the final stable release.
The Platform Stability means that the app developers can start updating their apps for the final Android 11 compatibility upgrades without worrying that much of the platform changes. It’s worth mentioning that one more beta build will gonna arrive in the next month of August before releasing the Android 11 official stable version in September 2020.
New update on June 11, 2020: Google has officially released the Android 11 beta 1 for the public. The new Android 11 beta comes with a focus on three main categories — People, Controls, and Privacy. Google has added a host of new features and improvements that tie into either of the three categories. As one might expect, the Android 11 Beta 1 is currently available for the Google Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and the Pixel 4. More OEMs will be kick off the beta testing phase soon on their smartphones.
New update on June 1, 2020: With the ongoing protests in the US, Google has now decided that it’s not the time to celebrate with the release of the much-awaited Android 11 Beta 1 update. The search giant took to Twitter and released a statement: “We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate. We are postponing the June 3rd event and beta release. We’ll be back with more on Android 11, soon.” This tweet was made from the Android Developers official account.
We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate. We are postponing the June 3rd event and beta release. We'll be back with more on Android 11, soon.
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) May 30, 2020
Based on the tweet, the release might arrive after a couple of weeks or until things stabilize in the country. Previously, Google was also set to host the virtual Beta Launch Show which has now been postponed as well. We expect Google to announce the new release date soon.
The wait is finally over as Google has recently announced the first Android 11 Developer Preview beta update officially for the Pixel devices and for all the Project Treble compatible devices. Now, all the interested Google Pixel series (except for Pixel/XL) users and the Android 8.0 or later device users can manually install the latest Android R Developer Preview 1 update. Make sure that Project Treble supported device users can install the new version with an unlocked bootloader.
If you don’t have either Pixel series or Project Treble device, then you can download the system image file for Android Studio Emulator. As the company has released the system images for developers to install the new Android OS and get a taste of it, we will highly recommend you to flash the firmware and take benefits of all new features. Before heading over to the features of the first Android 11 Developer Preview, take a quick look at the official stable release date.
Android 11 Release Date [Stable]
Google officially reveals its products, new Android OS version with features, Pixel devices, other Google products or services at Google I/O event in May at Mountain View, California. The Google I/O conference held every year as the developer conference. But this time, Google has released its first Android 11 DP1 update quite early and we really appreciate that.
However, we can expect that more improvements and developments will be seen at Google I/O 2020. Then releasing a couple of developer preview beta updates to the enlisted device models, the final stable version will be officially announced by Google at around September 2020 expectedly.
Android 11 Features
As the Android 11 Developer Preview 1 update has been released, we’ve shared all the features below.
- Dark Theme Improvements: Dark Theme is only applicable for AMOLED display devices. It reduces the battery drain and eye-strain as well. It isn’t for everyone. However, on Android 10 there are so many third-party apps that can’t convert to dark mode. Google has to fix that. While iOS 13 and MIUI 11 offers scheduled/automatic dark mode according to the timer or day/night. That should also be implemented for every Android 11 running device.
- Chat Bubble and Smart Reply: These are some of the most useful features on Android 10. But not each and every chat application works properly. The chat bubbles notification is available and users can now include images by copy-pasting to notification replies.
- Back to Home Screen Support: Currently, in Android 10, the new gesture navigation for go to the home screen and back to previous works fine. But if the user has multiple home screen tabs/pages, then back to home screen doesn’t take it to the first page or the default home screen. Google needs to address that.
- Unlimited Video Recording Size: The upcoming Android 11 may remove the file size for the video recordings on Android of 4GB. Meanwhile, more and more Android devices will soon support 8K video recordings that will occupy the storage quite faster than the 1080p or 4K videos. Therefore, the traditional video recording size up to 4GB limit may adjust the settings to a specific value. But the users should also keep in mind that their device storage should be larger.
- Scoped Storage: Store files that are meant for your app’s use only, either in dedicated directories within an internal storage volume or different dedicated directories within external storage. Use the directories within internal storage to save sensitive information that other apps shouldn’t access. To give users more control over their files and to limit file clutter, apps that target Android 10 offers scoped storage into external storage.
- Native Wireless ADB: ADB is a necessary tool for Android developers for debugging applications. It helps to generate logs, push & pull files, enter in a command shell, sideloading APKs, etc. Whereas, ADB also gives users control of a connected device via PC. With the native ADB connection via TCP/IP, ADB can be used wirelessly. The wireless ADB won’t come in handy if your device doesn’t have a Static IP address. Google plans to add a ‘wireless debugging’ option in the Developer options that supports pairing devices over scanning QR code or entering a 6-digit code.
Wireless ADB strings for Android 11
- XDA Recognized Developer phhusson has mentioned that ADB has support for multicast DNS. So, it can possible to connect ADB wirelessly without any device’s IP address. However, there is no official confirmation on it.
- The new App Compatibility Developer Option will help the developers to test out the new platform changes easily. Every time when Google launches a new Android version, the Android app developers need to read all the changes and documentation. Then they can update their apps to add new API features to update their apps from the older version. Now, the app developers can use ADB commands to test their apps how they run in the background on a new Android version.
- Dark Mode Scheduling: Android 11 now offers a scheduled dark mode option whether to run the dark theme or not. According to the timezone, the system will automatically detect the day & night condition and implement the dark theme to the whole system. Though in Android 10 previously, the dark mode is available there is no option to set timeframe.
- The Airplane Mode on Android 11 may finally stop turning off the Bluetooth Audio. The radios in the phone can interfere with airplanes, and this feature will turn off the radio without turning off the phone completely. The Bluetooth won’t turn off automatically while running Airplane mode in situations like Bluetooth A2DP is connected and BT Hearing Aid profile is connected.
- Share to Print: Almost two years ago Google has introduced an inbuilt printing service on Android 8.0 Oreo for the IPP (Internet Printing Protocol). Then the Wi-Fi Direct Printing service was included on Android 9.0 Pie. Now, the reports are coming out that Android 11 may feature ‘Share to Print’ which can easily print documents and PDF files.
- Bandwidth Estimator API: The new Google’s ConnectivityManager will check down & upstream of the bandwidth to compute an estimate. If the modem doesn’t support data providing, the Bandwidth Estimator API will create a default estimate based on the existing network connectivity.
- Dynamic Meteredness API: This API has been extended to include cellular networks on Android 11. Therefore, developers can now identify users who are using unmetered 5G data.
- Improved Call Screening: Google brought a new concept of “roles” in Android 10 which are quite identical to the “default apps”. The call screening service will allow third-party apps to block or identify the incoming calls previously. Now, the Android 11 users will get STIR/SHAKEN verification status with incoming calls. Therefore, the users can customize those calls by marking a call as spam or add to contacts, etc.
- Wi-Fi suggestion API: The Wi-Fi suggestion API will allow connectivity to manage apps to manage their own networks. Such as the connectivity managing apps will now be able to remove network suggestions, manage Passpoint networks, etc.
- Passpoint Improvements: Wi-Fi Passpoint is a solution that streamlines network access to Wi-Fi hotspots using automatic network find & selection. It also offers simple online sign-up, hotspot roaming, etc.
- Conversation Section in Notifications: When you pull down the notification panel, there a new Conversation section will appear for the messaging app’s notifications. You can snooze, mute, show it as a bubble, or mark it as a favorite, etc.
- Screen Recording Toggle in Quick Settings: With Android 11, you will get a screen record toggle in the quick settings shortcut which will come in handy for you. Though it doesn’t record internal app audio at this time and it’s a little bit of buggy. Should be improved in the upcoming updates.
- New DND UI: The DND (Do Not Disturb) UI has been improved again.
- Ask Every Time for App Permissions: All the Android 11 users will get an option “Ask Every Time” for app permissions. It will ask you every time whether the app needs any permissions for the camera, calls, location, storage, etc.
- Improved App Permission Request: This feature will be useful for most of the users as you can deny app permissions for once and it won’t ask you for the second time. To do this, you will require to follow this:
- If the user presses the back button to dismiss the permission dialog, this doesn’t count as a “deny” action.
- If the user is taken to system settings from your app using requestPermissions() and then presses the back button, this does count as a “deny” action.
- Gesture Setting in multiple places: You will find gestures setting in both Accessibility settings and Settings > System > Gestures location.
- Dynamic System Updates Installer in Developer Options.
- Display Refresh Rate overlay in the Developer Options menu under Settings.
- Airplane Mode won’t turn off Bluetooth.
- An increased touch sensitivity option in Pixel 4.
- Includes a new Screenshot preview with scrolling screenshot support.
- Brings a new Motion Sense gesture on Pixel 4 to pause music.
- Pin an app to the Share menu which will be always easy to find on top while sharing anything.
- New Magnify Settings or Magnification Settings is revamped on Android 11. You can use a shortcut to use Magnify or enable a full-screen magnification.
- Improved UI support for the punch-hole and waterfall display devices.
- Provides support for HEIF animated drawables, native image decoder, mute camera capture sound, mute vibration from ringtones, etc.
- Brings Bokeh mode for captured images using metadata tags which devices support it.
- Low latency video decoding support.
- HDMI low latency mode.
- Neural networks API 1.3
- New App Compatibility for more third-party apps.
- Mobile Driver License Support as security features.
- Offer Project Mainline modules.
- Biometric Authentication improvements.
- New Secure Storage & Sharing BLOBs (BlobstoreManager) will make easy for apps to share data blobs with another securely.
- Platform hardening feature reduces the possibilities of security attack on Google’s Android surface. This will detect memory misuse bugs and potentially dangerous undefined behavior.
- Digital Driver’s License comes to a power menu ‘wallet’ that will support for secure storage and retrieval of verifiable identification documents.
- Third-party applications can also be able to add stuff like cards, loyalty programs, and tickets to the wallets.
- Long-press of Power menu will start smart home controls in the upcoming releases.
- Battery Share option appears at reverse charging mode that uses Samsung’s Wireless Powershare for Pixel devices.
- Showing connected headphone’s Bluetooth audio codes support via the Developer Options.
- Google is working on the Notification History feature that will offer you to view previous notifications.
- Double Tap gestures for Pixel devices for some customizable actions.
- The hidden notification log gets a new look on Android 11.
- Split notifications off from the quick shortcut toggle.
- Improved Pixel Launcher animations.
- You can change the quick settings icon color by using the ADB command.
- Improved grant overlay permission for apps.
- No more background location access.
- Google may also include media controls in the quick settings toggle.
- Car crash detection available for older Pixel devices.
- You can open links in another app by just one tap.
- Newly introduced volume key magnification shortcut.
- DNS server issue can be informed on Android 11 instead of only “no internet” notification.
- Pixel Launcher ‘hotseat’ tweaks coming soon with hiding specific app suggestions, automatic folder naming, and more.
- Overscan ADB command has been removed in Android 11.
- Features soft reboot mode in the power menu.
- Generic System Image installer doesn’t work right now but you will soon get an inbuilt GSI installer in the Android 11.
- For developers, the Android 11 has offered built-in app compatibility tester to check apps properly.
Android 11 Developer Preview:
Google released the first developer preview of Android 11 to the public for development purposes. After the first developer preview, Google also released a hotfix for the DP 1 which brings many fixes to the developer preview 1. If you already upgraded and want to downgrade back to Android 10, here is our article on how you can downgrade from Android 11 to Android 10.
We have also shared the Android 11 GSI article with complete instructions on how you can install the Android 11 GSI on non-pixel devices.
Android 11 Developer Preview 2:
On March 18, 2020, Google has released the Android 11 Developer Preview 2 update with more features and other bug improvements. The new 2nd beta build of Android R offers improved notification history, inbuilt screen recorder, revamped Pixel wallpaper interface with grid layout, more secured face unlock (requires open eyes), 5G state API, foldable device detection (hinge), improved in-call screening, scoped storage migration, variable refresh rate settings, resume on boot, eSIM deletion confirmation, etc.
Additionally, the Android 11 DP2 brings accessibility shortcut from the lock screen, quick controls in the power menu, adjustments for waterfall or punch-hole displays, improved developer options, improved conversation notifications, shell bug, ADB wireless debugging, lock screen clock customizations, enhanced notification shade for separating Conversations/Alerts/Silent, and more.
Android 11 Developer Preview 3:
The 3rd Developer Preview of Android 11 has released on April 23, 2020, that brings a couple of major improvements or changes in the system that will hugely benefit most of the advanced users and developers as well. While with the release of Android 11 Developer Preview 3, the app compatibility becomes more stable and more refined for performance.
To recall, the Android 11 Developer Preview beta update is available for all the Pixel series devices (except for first-gen) and all the Project Treble supported devices as well. So, if you’re already using the DP2 on your device then you should consider the DP3 update by checking for OTA or installing it manually according to your device model.
First of all, Google has improved the previews in the recent apps panel from shorter to larger in size. So, the preview cards are much bigger in size and visible to eyes better than earlier. At the bottom of the preview cards, Google has also two new shortcuts like Screenshot & Share option for your ease of use. Second, the DP3 has added an all-new screenshot pop-up feature that offers a smaller screenshot preview at the bottom-left corner of the screen. Although scrolling screenshot isn’t there for now.
Third, the app permission feature has been improved in the form of Auto Revoke Permissions. It means if you’re not using an app for a longer period of time (months), then the particular app permissions will be removed automatically in order to protect the user data. Cool isn’t it?
Fourth, the notification panel also slightly redesigned than earlier where icons are more minimal and this time even the persistent app or service notifications can also be hidden that can be shown as Apps active in the background. To recall, Android 11 also offers a notification history page for the previous notifications along with the Clear all option to dismiss all the notification histories with one tap.
Fifth, the Android 11 users can now undo applications that swiped up in the recent app menu. This feature has been in the development since the Android 10 beta. After swiping up an application preview card, you can bring it back to the recent app menu again within a short period of time. So, if you can quickly swipe down, the closed application card will come back.
Sixth, you can now adjust the left/right gesture sensitivity for both sides of the screen. That means you can decrease the sensitivity of the go back gesture from the left edge and increase the sensitivity of the go back gesture from the right edge according to your usage or preference.
Seventh, the Android 11 DP3 now supports ethernet tethering that will let you share your phone’s internet connection via USB ethernet option.
Eighth, the chat or conversation will now appear as floating icons or bubbles on the screen. You can tap on the bubble to open the chat or drag to move it around the screen.
Ninth, Caption Preferences have been redesigned a bit visually. The older one-page style or option has been categorized in multiple pages.
Tenth, with the Android 11 DP3, you can find the Disable adb authorization timeout option under the Developer options. If you activate this feature, it will automatically revoke the ADB authorizations for systems that haven’t reconnected within a week. Again it will ensure your device and user data privacy in its own way.
Eleventh, the traditional Volume tag has finally renamed to Sound. There is nothing fancy in it as of now. Additionally, there a couple of improvements or new features that are already in development and we can expect these very soon in the upcoming developer preview updates.
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Supported Device List
Here we will list all the completed Android 11 track records for each device.
Samsung Galaxy Android 11 Supported device
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A41||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A31||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy M21||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A11||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy M31||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S20 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S20||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Z Flip||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Xcover Pro||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A01||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A71||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A51||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Xcover FieldPro||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A70s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A20s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy M30s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy M10s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Fold||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A90 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A30s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A50s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Note10||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A10s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A10e||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S6||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4s||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S10 5G||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S10||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy S10e||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy M40||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A80||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A70||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A60||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A50||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A40||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A30||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A20e||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A20||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A10||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 & S Pen (2019)||Confirmed|
|Samsung Galaxy A8s||Confirmed|
Poco Android 11 Supported device
|Poco F1||Install GSI Build|
Xiaomi Android 11 Supported device
|Redmi Note 7 Pro||Geekbench Report|
|Redmi Note 7||Geekbench Report|
|Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro Zoom||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Black Shark 3||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 10 5G||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi 8A Dual||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K30||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K30 5G||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Note 10||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi 8||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi 8A||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro Premium||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Black Shark 2 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi A3||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi 7A||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi CC9||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi CC9e||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 8||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9T||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K20||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 7S||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Redmi Y3||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Black Shark 2||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9 SE||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi 9||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Play||Confirmed|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix 3||Confirmed|
Motorola Android 11 Supported device
|Motorola One Hyper||Confirmed|
|Moto G8 Power||Confirmed|
|Moto G Power||Confirmed|
|Moto G Stylus||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto E6s (2020)||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G8||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G Stylus||Confirmed|
|Motorola Razr 2019||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G8 Play||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto E6 Play||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G8 Plus||Confirmed|
|Motorola One Macro||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto E6 Plus||Confirmed|
|Motorola One Zoom||Confirmed|
|Motorola One Action||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto E6||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto Z4||Confirmed|
|Motorola One Vision||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G7 Plus||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G7||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G7 Power||Confirmed|
|Motorola Moto G7 Play||Confirmed|
Asus Android 11 Supported device
|Asus ROG Phone 2 ZS660KL||Confirmed|
|Asus Zenfone 6 ZS630KL||Confirmed|
Huawei Android 11 Supported device
|Huawei P40 lite||Confirmed|
|Huawei P40 lite E||Confirmed|
|Huawei MatePad Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate Xs||Confirmed|
|Huawei P30 lite New Edition||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 7i||Confirmed|
|Huawei Y6s (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei P smart Pro 2019||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 6 5G||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 6||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 6 SE||Confirmed|
|Huawei MatePad Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate X||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5z||Confirmed|
|Huawei Enjoy 10s||Confirmed|
|Huawei Enjoy 10||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 30 RS Porsche Design||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 30 Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 30 5G||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 30||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5i Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5T||Confirmed|
|Huawei MediaPad M6 10.8||Confirmed|
|Huawei MediaPad M6 Turbo 8.4||Confirmed|
|Huawei MediaPad M6 8.4||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5 Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 5i||Confirmed|
|Huawei Y9 Prime (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei P20 lite (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei P Smart Z||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 20 X (5G)||Confirmed|
|Huawei P30 Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei P30 lite||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 4e||Confirmed|
|Huawei Y5 (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei Enjoy 9e||Confirmed|
|Huawei Enjoy 9s||Confirmed|
|Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 8||Confirmed|
|Huawei Y6 Pro (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei Y6 (2019)||Confirmed|
|Huawei nova 4||Confirmed|
|Huawei P smart 2019||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 20 RS Porsche Design||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 20 X||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 20 Pro||Confirmed|
|Huawei Mate 20||Confirmed|
|Huawei P Smart+ 2019||Confirmed|
Oppo Android 11 Supported device
|Oppo Find X2 Pro||Confirmed|
|Oppo Find X2||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno3 Pro||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno3 Youth||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno3 5G||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno Ace||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno A||Confirmed|
|Oppo A5 (2020)||Confirmed|
|Oppo A9 (2020)||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno2 F||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno2 Z||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno Z||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno 5G||Confirmed|
|Oppo Reno 10x zoom||Confirmed|
|Oppo F11 Pro||Confirmed|
Realme Android 11 Supported device
|Realme 6 Pro||Confirmed|
|Realme X50 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Realme X50 5G||Confirmed|
|Realme C2 2020||Confirmed|
|Realme X2 Pro||Confirmed|
|Realme XT 730G||Confirmed|
|Realme 5 Pro||Confirmed|
|Realme 3 Pro||Confirmed|
LG Android 11 Supported device
|LG V60 ThinQ 5G||Confirmed|
|LG W10 Alpha||Confirmed|
|LG G Pad 5 10.1||Confirmed|
|LG V50S ThinQ 5G||Confirmed|
|LG G8X ThinQ||Confirmed|
|LG K30 (2019)||Confirmed|
|LG K20 (2019)||Confirmed|
|LG W30 Pro||Confirmed|
|LG Stylo 5||Confirmed|
|LG V50 ThinQ 5G||Confirmed|
|LG G8S ThinQ||Confirmed|
|LG G8 ThinQ||Confirmed|
OnePlus Android 11 Supported device
|OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren||Confirmed|
|OnePlus 7T Pro||Confirmed|
|OnePlus 7 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|OnePlus 7 Pro||Confirmed|
|OnePlus 6T McLaren||Confirmed|
HTC Android 11 Supported device
|HTC Wildfire R70||Confirmed|
|HTC Desire 19s||Confirmed|
|HTC Wildfire X||Confirmed|
|HTC Desire 19 Plus||Confirmed|
Vivo Android 11 Supported device
|vivo NEX 3S 5G||Confirmed|
|vivo V19 (Indonesia)||Confirmed|
|vivo Z6 5G||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO 3 5G||Confirmed|
|vivo X30 Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO Neo 855 Racing||Confirmed|
|vivo V17 (Russia)||Confirmed|
|vivo S1 Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo Y3 Standard||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO Neo 855||Confirmed|
|vivo Y11 (2019)||Confirmed|
|vivo NEX 3 5G||Confirmed|
|vivo V17 Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo NEX 3||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo V17 Neo||Confirmed|
|vivo iQOO Neo||Confirmed|
|vivo S1 Pro (China)||Confirmed|
|vivo X27 Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo S1 (China)||Confirmed|
|vivo V15 Pro||Confirmed|
|vivo NEX Dual Display||Confirmed|
Lenovo Android 11 Supported device
|Lenovo M10 FHD REL||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab||Confirmed|
|Lenovo K10 Plus||Confirmed|
|Lenovo K10 Note||Confirmed|
|Lenovo A6 Note||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Tab M8 (FHD)||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Tab M8 (HD)||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Tab M7||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Z6 Youth||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Z6 Pro||Confirmed|
|Lenovo K6 Enjoy||Confirmed|
|Lenovo Tab V7||Confirmed|
Infinix Android 11 Supported device
|Infinix Note 7||Confirmed|
|Infinix Note 7 Lite||Confirmed|
|Infinix Hot 9||Confirmed|
|Infinix S5 Pro||Confirmed|
|Infinix S5 lite||Confirmed|
|Infinix Smart 4||Confirmed|
|Infinix Smart 4c||Confirmed|
|Infinix S5 Pro (16+32)||Confirmed|
|Infinix S5 Pro (48+40)||Confirmed|
|Infinix Hot 8||Confirmed|
|Infinix Note 6||Confirmed|
|Infinix Smart3 Plus||Confirmed|
|Infinix Hot 7 Pro||Confirmed|
TECNO Android 11 Supported device
|TECNO Camon 15 Pro||Confirmed|
|TECNO Camon 15||Confirmed|
|TECNO Camon 12 Air||Confirmed|
|TECNO Pop 3 Plus||Confirmed|
|TECNO Spark 4 Lite||Confirmed|
|TECNO Camon 12 Pro||Confirmed|
|TECNO Camon 12||Confirmed|
|TECNO Pouvoir 3 Air||Confirmed|
|TECNO Pouvoir 3 Plus||Confirmed|
|TECNO Spark 3||Confirmed|
|TECNO Spark 3 Pro||Confirmed|
|TECNO Spark Go||Confirmed|
|TECNO Phantom 9||Confirmed|
Essential Android 11 Supported device
|Essential Phone||Spotted running Android 11 Report|
However, there will be more features and improvements added. We will keep updating the article. Till then, stay tuned for more info.