The new version of Android 11 has already been published online. For the sake of becoming or remaining the best mobile operating system in the world (this depends on the user you're talking to) it continues to incorporate improvements and changes in its struggle with iOS and the response Huawei can offer due to its problems with the Trump government.
Among many other improvements, the developers have wanted to focus on improvements to application permission control and user privacy as well as helping people communicate with each other more effectively.
Android 11 is here. What does it offer?
After a bit of a delay, as a fully stable version was expected by now, the beta version of Android 11 is now available (you will have to wait at least a month or two to get a final version for the first devices, the Pixel).
It has been designed to work on folding devices, to work with 5G and to support Project Mainline, the service of system components through Google Play, among other things. These are its main features:
- Changes in permissions behavior, in background location, in storage, in file access...
- Improved privacy by giving greater control over permissions or device location.
- New features and APIs for 5G, sharing, connectivity, multimedia, biometrics and more.
- Includes a screen recorder and a renewed menu that makes it easier to share content from your phone.
- Google Meet is available to everyone and supports larger meetings.
- It includes a new Bubbles option that helps answer conversations in messaging applications without stopping what you're doing.