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Android 11 May Allow To Record Videos Over 4GB

Android, the world’s most favourite mobile operating system offers a lot of powerful features as well as customization options but it lacks an important feature and that is you guys cannot record a video over 4GB in size. However, things are going to be changed very soon. As today we got a piece of information that reveals that the upcoming Android version will have a solution for this.

According to the latest information, the developers of the upcoming Android version – Android 11 may allow users to record videos over 4GB in size and that will be a welcome change. As we know, the smartphones of these days coming with the support of 4K videos and that require more space that’s why the new implementation will definitely come handy.

Currently, we don’t have any other details about the same but we are far away from the official announcement of Android 11 as the usual timeline for the new Android version in August. That means we can expect more to hear in the upcoming months, so let’s wait for more details and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest updates.

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