V a recent article we announced about Android 11 support for many Xiaomi, Redmi, POCO or Black Shark devices. Although we expect these models to get the latest Android, nothing has been officially confirmed.
After the new company, Xiaomi and POCO officially confirmed the availability of the Android 11 operating system for their devices via twitter accounts. Which models are involved?
Flagships take precedence
Chinese giant Xiaomi has confirmed on Twitter's profile of the popular MIUI superstructure that this year's flagships Xiaomi Mi 10 a We 10 Pro will be included in the beta program of Android 11. POCO has not been idle for a long time and has been added as well.
We are excited to announce that # Android Beta 11 will be available for #Mi10 and #Mi10Pro soon! stay tuned with @ Xiaomi formore! #Android11 pic.twitter.com/hdWlfrRelW
- MIUI (@miuirom) June 11, 2020
Of course, the first devices that will be officially announced to support the latest Android will be flagship. As these are currently the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro models, owners of these smartphones can soon look forward to access to them. primary beta.
#Android11 Beta 1 is coming soon # POCOF2Pro! follow @miuim and stay tuned for more info! pic.twitter.com/MylzOLPfcB
- POCO (@POCOGlobal) June 11, 2020
After a short while, POCO also published a similar post, stating that the company's latest model LITTLE F2 Pro gets support for Android 11 as well.
As the successor to the POCO F1 is only a re-branded Redmi K30 Pro, we expect this smartphone to receive Android 11 at the same time. We do not currently have official news for other Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO models.
In addition, OPPO has announced support for its Find X2 and Find X2 Pro smartphones in its eleventh green robot operating system. Other manufacturers are still silent about availability.
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