Although a significant number of users have yet to upgrade Android 10 (Q), Google has been testing Android R (Android 11) in a hurry. On geekBench 5, a well-known benchmarking software, a Pixel 4 “pro-son” phone was found to be running Android 11, amid speculation that Google insiders accidentally leaked the test phase OF THE ROM.
Not much is known about Android 11, the media is only from some open source analysis, Android 11 is expected to add the following new features, such as removing the maximum 4GB video file restrictions, allowing three-way software to call the call recording API, digital ID local storage (e.g. driver’s license, etc.), Better low-power mode, etc.
Typically, Google releases developer previews of new Androids in April and May each year, and turns positive in September. Also, when it comes to the Pixel, rumors about the Pixel 4a/4a XL are buzzing, and interested Android geeks can continue to pay attention.