Update: September 8, 2020 at 2:45 p.m. ET: It’s official! Google officially rolled out Android 11 to Pixel devices on September 8. Be sure to check out more coverage below to learn all about the new operating system.
Original article: August 6, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET: Google released the first Android 11 beta in June 2020. We’ve been digging into that release for about a month, and going hands-on with all the new features. Early July saw the release of the second Android 11 beta, and the company launched the third and final Android 11 beta on August 6. Now, Google has confirmed that the Android 11 release date is September 8, with the update rolling out to Pixel devices as we speak.
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Before the official Android 11 release date, Google outlined the four developer previews and three Android 11 beta builds in the Android 11 release cycle. Check out the details below:
That’s right — you can now install the stable version of Android 11 on your Pixel phone. Don’t have a Pixel? A handful of third-party companies have announced their Android 11 updates will roll out shortly. Stay tuned to Android Authority for more details on Android 11.
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