The future update of the mobile operating system of
It will be called Android 11 and is now available in a developer version. This new installment stands out for offering the environment for the development of functions and features focused on technologies
folding screens, the company said in a statement posted on the official Google blog for Android programmers.
As the name implies, this first version of the Android 11 Developer Preview will be available for developers to install manually
In Pixel 2, 3, 3A and 4 phones. Also internally called Android R, this update will keep the numerical denomination in its definitive version, according to the company's recent policy on simplifying the identification and nomenclature of its operating system mobile to
Leave the names of desserts.
In detail, Android 11 offer better support for 5G connections by taking advantage of download speeds and low latency. In turn, the applications in this version of the operating system will be able to take advantage of the new screens without borders (waterfall type) and with holes for the front cameras (pinhole) so that they can offer various types of interactions and notifications.
You can also count on conversations when replying to messages from notifications, in addition to being able to insert images in the responses. Regarding privacy, Google is committed to strengthening the option to enable permissions only when the application is in use, one of the settings most used by Android 10 users.
In addition to having better resources for managing the new generation of 5G connections, Android 11 will also be more adapted for future folding screen models.
"It is a preliminary release only for developers, and it is not recommended to install it in everyday phones",
said Dave Burke, vice president of Android Engineer.
"This is a first official presentation and, as in other years, we will reveal new features in the next updates with a view to the annual Google I / O conference," Burke added.
. Android 11: Google announces the new version of its operating system for smartphones focused on 5G and folding screens – LA NACION