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Google Accidentally Pushes Android 11 Beta to some Pixel Users before Release
Google Accidentally Pushes Android 11 Beta to some Pixel Users before Release
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Google Accidentally Pushes Android 11 Beta to some Pixel Users before Release

Google, the company behind one of the most successful Mobile OS has been working on the new version of Android – Android 11 for quite some time now. Surprisingly the new version has been pushed out to some pixel device owners according to a user on Twitter.

Google was supposed to roll out Android 11 later this month. The company previously scheduled the announcement of new OS tomorrow, June 3rd but later pushed the date The Android 11 OS was supposed to roll out as public beta from June 1. As of now, the OS is still in the Developer Preview Stage. According to some reports, Google decided to not release the update, following the unrest in the United States. Now the release dates of Android 11 have been pushed indefinitely.

Following this announcement, a user on Twitter in the name @mishaalRahman reported on twitter than he received the Android 11 update on his pixel device. This move was surprising considering how the official version isn’t out yet. The user took to twitter and shared a few of the screenshots of the latest software. According to his tweets, the new OS includes features that include:

Firstly a new power menu with more options and controls:

Then,  new icon styles for the home screens. These include styles like pebble, vessel, and tapered rectangle. A new “Bubble menu” allows you to minimize apps to a bubble, floating over the UI, like Facebook Messenger Chat Bubbles.

New Pixel Launcher’s app suggestions at the top row of the app drawer, that can now be put in the bottom row of the home screens.

 

These are some of the features seen in the new build of Android 11. At this moment it is unclear when Google is planning to officially roll-out Android 11 to the public. For a full list of the features rolled out, check out the thread by Mishaal Rahman here. Which version of Android are you running on your phone? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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