Android 11 Final Version Finally Launched

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Android 11 Final Version Finally Launched

After being widely discussed in the last few months, Google finally officially launched its newest mobile operating system, Android 11 as the successor to Android 10. Before officially announcing it, in February, Google had already released the developer version of the Android 11 operating system for a number of Pixel cellphone users.

At that time, the developer version of Android 11 could already be installed on devices made by Google, namely Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL. Meanwhile, the previous Android 11 beta version was also released by Google in June for a number of Pixel cellphone users.

At that time, the developer version of Android 11 could already be installed on devices made by Google, namely Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL. Meanwhile, the previous Android 11 beta version was also released by Google in June for a number of Pixel cellphone users.

Different from previous years, now the final / final version of Android 11 is not only released for the first time for the Google Pixel smartphone line, but also for other cellphone brands such as OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo and Realme. Compiled by kunuzmetals.com from Venture Beat, Wednesday (9/9/2020), Android 11 has been equipped with a number of new features, including features related to 5G network capabilities. So what are the new features that are present in Android 11?

1. Bubbles

This feature is actually part of Android 10, and its appearance reminds us of the chat heads belonging to Facebook Messenger. Bubbles is a new interface (UI) for messaging applications that allows users to open several conversations at once, with easy access. 2. Conversation Notifications

2. Conversation Notifications

Similar to bubbles, this feature will bring up the conversation in the notification area. Later the appearance of incoming messages in the notification section will be adjusted to the application, such as e-mail, Instagram, and application updates. This feature aims to make it easier for users to communicate and reply to incoming notifications.

3. Voice Access

This feature makes it easy for users to control their cell phone with just the help of voice. For example, wanting to open menu access, users can use this feature as an accessibility command.

4. Media Control

On Android 11, this feature makes it easier for users to switch to external media output such as bluetooth speaker or Google Home speaker which will be displayed via an icon in the drop-down notification menu on the device. This feature is similar to the one on Apple devices, namely AirPlay on the iOS Control Center.

5. Device Control

This feature helps users to control their devices that are connected to other devices.

6. One Time Permission

In Android 11, users have the option so that the application can only access certain features such as camera, microphone, and location data once (one time), instead of applying the same as previous versions of Android.

7. Background Location 2

Google tightens location access permissions for applications running in the background. Google will determine whether the application really needs location access in the background or not.

8. Permissions auto-reset

If a user ignores an installed application for a long time, the system will automatically reset the installation of the application and notify whether the application will be used again or not.

9. Scoped storage

Google has improved this feature to protect applications and user data stored on external storage, and made further improvements to help application developers.

10. Google Play System Updates

Google can update several elements in the system. This aims to make Google more free to update applications directly from the Play Store, without involving application developers. Android 11 also has several module upgrades in the application system. Includes a setting to control privacy access to internal storage, and another to handle the application interface system.

In addition, on Android 11, users can schedule dark mode to activate automatically. The options available later are to activate dark mode from evening to morning or set it up custom. If you are an application developer (developer), then you can already install the application to a device, or emulator running Android 11, to test its features.

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