- Android 11 is very close to the reality.
- The device configuration guide of the operating system surfaced online.
- Currently, it is in the beta stage.
Google is in the final stage of work on its upcoming mobile operating system and that is Android 11 and the company is currently testing the same in the beta version. The company has done lots of improvements and it will also come with the privacy focussed features as well and now we got a new piece of information which confirms that Smartphone manufacturers require to launch devices with more RAM to support the latest version of the operating system.
The device configuration guide of the upcoming Android 11 operating system surfaced online and that reveals the smartphone requires more than 2GB of RAM to run the full version of the Android operating system and that means the devices with the 2GB RAM or less will only support the Go edition version of the upcoming mobile operating system.
Well, I don’t believe that there will be problems with this decision because these days we witness new devices with more than 4GB of RAM and the new decision will make the Android Go edition smartphones powerful as well.
The upcoming Android 11 operating system is expected to be official in the early days of September and we are looking forward to hear more about the same in the coming days, we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings at your fingertips.
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