American tech giant Google finally revealed the latest Operating System (OS) for Android smartphones, the Android 11, which targets developments on accessibility, messaging, security, and privacy for users.
This Android new version brings users new ways to communicate with your loved ones, in which conversations can be personalized according to your priorities, and a bubble feature akin to Facebook’s messenger that allows users to multitask and respond to messages quickly.
Aside from its efficient and convenient way to keep in touch with others, Android 11 also features heightened control for users, including device controls for smart home devices, Bedtime Mode for silencing phone during sleep, Lookout feature that scans document and food label to help people with low vision or blindness, the much-appreciated talkback braille keyboard for visual impairment, and 5G Detection, among others.
Android 11 is also armed with enhanced security and privacy updates from Google Play, alongside its one-time permission for apps and automatic reset permissions for unused apps installed in the device.
The Android 11 is already on select Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, and realme phones, but Google announced that it would cover more products and existing devices with the latest OS over the coming months.