Google’s confirmed Android 11 which means Samsung Galaxy users are starting to wonder about their version of the update. Samsung hasn’t confirmed its Android 11 plans and it probably won’t say anything for awhile.
Samsung’s Android 10 roll out continues as we push deeper into 2020. The company’s pushed Android 10 and One UI 2.x to an assortment of devices including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy Note 9.
Most Galaxy users are focused on Android 10 and for good reason. That said, the arrival of Android 11 has piqued the interest of many users.
Android 11 is official and it’s currently in beta testing. Google’s released a beta for the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL. It’s also available for select devices from Android OEMs.
The official version of Android 11 won’t hit Samsung devices for awhile. Nothing is confirmed, but it looks like Google is targeting an official release in September.
We should see an Android 11 beta hit select Galaxy devices later this year. And if we’re lucky, it’ll land a lot sooner than the Android 10 beta did.
Many Galaxy users are curious about what might happen down the road so we’ve put together an early Samsung Galaxy Android 11 roadmap.
- Stunning 13.3-inch Retina display with True Tone technology
- Backlit Magic Keyboard and Touch ID
- Tenth-generation Intel Core i3 processor
- Intel Iris Plus Graphics
- Fast SSD storage
In this guide to the Samsung Galaxy Android 11 update we’ll take you through some things you should, and shouldn’t, expect from the update and its release.
Some parts of the release are extremely difficult to predict at this stage, but we can make some educated guesses based on Samsung’s Android release protocol.
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