The stable version of Android 11 is finally out. Google has already started rolling out the Android 11 update on its Pixel devices. Most of the major smartphone manufacturers use a custom Android skin and not the stock Android software. So every phone may not receive the latest OS update immediately. However, a few companies may also roll out the update soon. Here we shall brief you on what smartphone brands and devices are eligible for the Android 11 update.
Brands & Phones to Receive Android 11 Update
Google / Google Pixel Smartphones
The fact that Android belongs to Google, it is the first to roll out the first update on its devices. Google Pixel devices are the first ones to receive the latest OS update, and Google has already rolled out the stable version for its eligible Pixel phones. The Pixel devices include Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL, 4, 4XL, and 4a.
OnePlus is probably the first company other than Google to bring the last Android updates almost immediately. The company hasn’t released the stable version of Android 11 yet but, its OnePlus 8-series smartphones are eligible for the Android 11 Open Beta program. The devices include OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro and will receive OxygenOS 11 based on the Android 11 Open Beta program.
Xiaomi is said to roll out the latest Android 11 update through MIUI 12 for the premium Mi lineup first. The company has made the Android 11 Preview available for the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro smartphones. Users of Poco F2 Pro can also apply for the Android R Pilot Tester.
Oppo has already made ColorOS 7.2 Beta available for some devices. ColorOS 7.2 Beta is based on Android 11 but is currently limited to a few phones only. The Chinese company will unveil the ColorOS 11 that will be powered by Android 11, on 14 September. The devices that are currently eligible for the ColorOS 7.2 Beta update are Find X2, X2 Pro, Ace2, Reno3 4G, and Reno3 Pro 4G.
Currently, only Realme X50 Pro is receiving the update for Android 11 Preview. There is no word on the stable version of the OS update as of now.
Samsung is currently offering the One UI 3 update on the Galaxy S20 series only. The company has announced the Beta program for developers for users in the US and South Korea too. The smartphone brand may roll out the Public Beta program for other regions soon. However, there is no information on the stable update yet.