Google has finally launched Android 11 stable version after months of beta testing.
The latest Android version comes with several features including a new Conversation section within the notification shade, new permissions, in-build screen recorder, Facebook Messenger like chat heads aka Bubbles, revamped Power menu, and a lot more.
When will my device get Android 11?
Of course, many aren’t getting their hands on Android 11 right away, at least not for the first four to six months, I presume. Only 8.2% Android users from all over the world are running Android 10 as of April 2020, so you can imagine how long it will take before the latest Android version lands on your device.
That being said, it goes without saying devices that were part of the Google Beta program will be the first to receive the update. The Android update situation overall has also improved, thanks to Google’s Project Treble program and more Android One devices in the smartphone market.
I can’t say the same for Chinese OEMs as they are known for taking their time. Their update process generally lasts for the entire year. Just to give you an idea, Oppo’s ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 is still in the roll-out stage.
Before we move forward, note that Huawei devices won’t be getting the Android 11 update due to Huawei’s US ban.
With this out of the way, let’s look at the Android 11 update mobile list —
Android 11 smartphone list
Here are all the devices that have either received or confirmed to get the Android 11 update. We will be continuously updating this article as soon as we see any new official announcements.
The Google Pixel series was the first to receive the Android 11 stable update. Most Pixel devices have already received the Android 11 OTA update except the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. In other words, the original Pixel won’t be getting an Android update this time.
Download Android 11 updates from the links below and follow these steps if you haven’t received the Android 11 OTA update.
Android 11 on Google Pixel devices —
- Google Pixel 2 (Stable)
- Google Pixel 2 XL (Stable)
- Google Pixel 3 (Stable)
- Google Pixel 3 XL (Stable)
- Google Pixel 3a (Stable)
- Google Pixel 3a XL (Stable)
- Google Pixel 4 (Stable)
- Google Pixel 4 XL (Stable)
- Google Pixel 4a (Stable)
Xiaomi has the biggest market share in India. In order to keep its position, Xiaomi also wants to get its hands on Android 11 as soon as possible.
Previously, the Chinese smartphone maker was part of the Google Beta program. It has now announced the first batch of devices to receive the MIUI 12 Android 10 update.
MIUI 12 Android 11 on Xiaomi —
OnePlus recently released new flagships — OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. There is no way the Chinese OEM is backing away from the latest Android 11 update. As of now, OnePlus is testing Android 11-based OxygenOS beta on its OnePlus 8 series.
Android 11 on OnePlus devices —
Similar to Xiaomi, Oppo has also been at the forefront of the Google beta program. As of now, Oppo has finished recruiting people for its Android 11 beta program and is rolling out Android 11-based ColorOS 11 beta updates to supported devices.
The company will hold an online event on September 14th, where it will discuss features in the new ColorOS 11 (based on Android 11).
Android 11 on Oppo devices —
- Oppo Find X2
- Oppo Find X2 Pro
- Oppo Reno 3
- Oppo Reno 3 Pro
- Oppo Ace 2
- Oppo Ace 2 EVA
Other Chinese OEMs have also confirmed or rolled out Android 11 beta updates for their respective devices. These include
A few hours after the release of Android 11, Samsung took off the One UI 3.0 beta program for the developers. For now, Samsung users in Korea and the US can only apply for Android 11-based OneUI 3.0 beta program. Moreover, it is only available for the owners of Galaxy S20 series for now.
Android 11 on Samsung devices —
- Samsung Galaxy S20
- Samsung Galaxy S20+
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
We will keep this article up to date with every new announcement related to the Android 11 update mobile list. Stay tuned to Fossbytes and follow our Android 11 coverage.