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Android 11: List of almost all smartphones that will get Google’s Major update

Android 11 was released on September 8, 2020. The first phone launched with Android 11 was the Vivo V20 and after its full stable release, the first phone in the world that came with Android 11 after Google Pixel was the OnePlus 8T.

But now, the newest version of Google’s smartphone and tablet operating system is here for all. This means the final version of the Android 11 software has begun rolling out, though it’s not on all phones right now. 

Actually last week Google officially announced the launch of the new version of its mobile operating system i.e. Android 11. 

Google has confirmed the following features in Android 11:

  • Conversations are a priority.
  • Bubbles, bubbles everywhere.
  • Built-in screen recording.
  • Quick access to smart devices.
  • Much better media controls.
  • Permissions needn’t be forever.
  • Pixel only: Live view Location sharing.
  • Pixel only: Better screenshots and text selection.

Android 11 the latest and greatest version of its OS is finally here on the following devices:

  • ASUS (Smartphone with Status)
  • GOOGLE (Smartphone with Status)
  • HUAWEI (Smartphone with Status)
  • LG (Smartphone with Status)
  • MOTOROLA (Smartphone with Status)
  • NOKIA (Smartphone with Status)
  • ONEPLUS (Smartphone with Status)
  • OPPO (Smartphone with Status)
  • SAMSUNG (Smartphone with Status)
  • SONY (Smartphone with Status)
  • XIAOMI (Smartphone with Status)

Note: This list is not complete neither for what concerns the models of the manufacturers on the list nor for the brands themselves.

ASUS: Asus has the recently launched Zenfone 7 on its list of possible updates, as does its predecessor, Zenfone 6. In addition, the ROG Phone 2 and ROG Phone 3 game phones are also expected.

Asus smartphone

  • Asus 6Z – Beta
  • Max Pro – Planned
  • ROG Phone 2 – Planned
  • ROG Phone 3 – Planned
  • Zenfone 5 – Planned
  • Zenfone 5Z – Planned
  • Zenfone 6 – Beta
  • Zenfone 7 – Beta
  • Zenfone 7 Pro – Beta

GOOGLE: Of course, Google phones are always the first to be updated. In the Mountain View giant’s listing, you can see that all models including the latest Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have already started receiving the update for their new operating system.

Google smartphone 

  • Google Pixel 2 – Received
  • Google Pixel 2 XL – Received
  • Google Pixel 3 – Received
  • Google Pixel 3 XL – Received
  • Google Pixel 3a – Received
  • Google Pixel 3a XL – Received
  • Google Pixel 4 – Received
  • Google Pixel 4 XL – Received

HUAWEI: The Chinese giant has lost the right to update its latest devices, however, some models already launched globally could still receive the update to Android 11, such as the P30 Pro and its Lite variant.

Huawei smartphone

  • Mate 20 – Planned
  • Mate 20 Pro – Planned
  • Mate 20X – Planned
  • Mate 30 – Planned
  • Mate 30 Pro –  Planned
  • P30 – Planned
  • P30 Lite – Planned
  • P30 Pro – Planned
  • P40 – Planned
  • P40 Lite – Planned
  • P40 Pro – Planned

LG: Among LG phones, the LG Velvet could not be left out of the list of devices upgradeable to Android 11, which follows with models like the K61 and K41S.

LG smartphone

  • G7 – Planned
  • G8 ThinQ – Planned
  • G8S – Planned
  • G8s ThinQ – Planned
  • G8X – Planned
  • K41S – Planned
  • K51S – Planned
  • K61 – Planned
  • V50 ThinQ – Planned
  • V60 ThinQ – Planned
  • Velvet – Beta

MOTOROLA: Motorola has an extensive list of devices that should receive the update to Android 11. These include new terminals, such as the Motorola Edge, Edge Plus, and the recently announced Moto G9 Plus, but also past generations, such as the Moto G8 and the Moto G8 Power.

Motorola smartphone 

  • Lenovo K12 Note – Confirmed
  • Moto G 5G – Confirmed
  • Moto G 5G Plus – Confirmed
  • Moto G Fast – Confirmed
  • Moto G Power – Confirmed
  • Moto G Pro – Confirmed
  • Moto G Stylus – Confirmed
  • Moto G8 – Confirmed
  • Moto G8 Power – Confirmed
  • Moto G9 – Confirmed
  • Moto G9 Play – Confirmed
  • Moto G9 Plus – Confirmed
  • Moto G9 Power – Confirmed
  • Motorola Edge – Confirmed
  • Motorola Edge Plus – Confirmed
  • Motorola One 5G – Confirmed
  • Motorola One Action – Confirmed
  • Motorola One Fusion – Confirmed
  • Motorola One Fusion Plus – Confirmed
  • Motorola One Hyper – Confirmed
  • Motorola One Vision – Confirmed
  • Motorola Razr 2019 – Confirmed
  • Motorola Razr 5G – Confirmed

NOKIA: The Finnish manufacturer already has a full list of devices already confirmed to receive the new version of Google’s operating system. These include Nokia 9 PureView and Nokia 8.3.

Nokia smartphone

  • Nokia 1 Plus – Confirmed – Second quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 1.3 – Confirmed – First quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 2.2 – Confirmed – By the end of 2020 at the latest in the first quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 2.3 – Confirmed – First quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 3.1 Plus – Confirmed
  • Nokia 3.2 – Confirmed – By first max second quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 4.2 – Confirmed – First quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 5.3 – Confirmed – By the end of 2020 at the latest in the first quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 6.2 – Confirmed – By first max second quarter of 2021
  • Nokia 7.2 – Confirmed – By first max second quarter of 2021

ONEPLUS: In the first half of October, the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro started receiving the stable version of Android 11 via the update to OxygenOS 11, the company’s custom interface. In the same period, OnePlus confirmed the update to the OnePlus 7 line, launched in 2019.

OnePlus smartphone

  • OnePlus 6 – Planned
  • OnePlus 6T – Planned
  • OnePlus 7 – Confirmed
  • OnePlus 7 Pro – Confirmed
  • OnePlus 7T – Confirmed
  • OnePlus 7T Pro – Confirmed
  • OnePlus 8 – Update started October 2020
  • OnePlus 8 Pro – Update started October 2020

OPPO: Oppo has released a list of many of its devices that are already promised to the new ColorOS 11, which will be based on Android 11. Among these are the flagships Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 Pro but also devices from other series, such as the Oppo Reno 3 and Oppo Reno 3 Pro.

Oppo smartphone

  • Oppo A5 2020 – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo A52 – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo A72 – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo A9 – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo A9 2020 – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo A91 – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo A92 – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo F11 – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo F11 Pro – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo F11 Pro Avengers Edition – The beta starts in December
  • Oppo F15 – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo F17 Pro – Stable released
  • Oppo Find X2 – Stable Released
  • Oppo Find X2 Pro – Stable Released
  • Oppo Find X2 Pro Lamborghini Edition – Stable Released
  • Oppo Reno – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 10X Zoom – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 2 – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 2F – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 2Z – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 3 4G – Stable Released
  • Oppo Reno 3 Pro 4G – Stable Released
  • Oppo Reno 3 Pro 5G – The beta starts in 2021
  • Oppo Reno 4 4G – Stable Released
  • Oppo Reno 4 5G – The beta started in November
  • Oppo Reno 4 Pro 4G – The beta started in November
  • Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G – The beta started in October
  • Oppo Reno Z – The beta starts in 2021

Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 New Detailed Official Roadmap

SAMSUNG: On December 2, 2020, Samsung released an official list with the rollout of the update for its devices to the new OneUI 3.0, the new version of the customized interface from Samsung based on Android 11. Newer devices, such as the Galaxy S20, Galaxy The S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the first to receive the update, as early as 2020.

Samsung smartphone

  • Galaxy A01 – June 2021
  • Galaxy A01 Core – June 2021
  • Galaxy A10 – August 2021
  • Galaxy A10s – August 2021
  • Galaxy A11 – June 2021
  • Galaxy A20 – August 2021
  • Galaxy A20s – August 2021
  • Galaxy A21s – May 2021
  • Galaxy A30 – July 2021
  • Galaxy A30s – August 2021
  • Galaxy A31 – May 2021
  • Galaxy A50 – April 2021
  • Galaxy A51 – March 2021
  • Galaxy A70 – May 2021
  • Galaxy A71 – May 2021
  • Galaxy A80 – May 2021
  • Galaxy Fold – February 2021
  • Galaxy M11 – June 2021
  • Galaxy M21 – March 2021
  • Galaxy M30s – March 2021
  • Galaxy M31 – March 2021
  • Galaxy M51 – April 2021
  • Galaxy Note 10 – January 2021
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite – March 2021
  • Galaxy note 10 plus – January 2021
  • Galaxy Note 20 – January 2021
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – January 2021
  • Galaxy S10 – January 2021
  • Galaxy S10 Lite – January 2021
  • Galaxy s10 plus – January 2021
  • Galaxy S20 – December 2020
  • Galaxy S20 FE – December 2020
  • Galaxy s20 Plus – December 2020
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra – December 2020
  • Galaxy Tab A – June 2021
  • Galaxy Tab A10.1 – August 2021
  • Galaxy Tab Active Pro – August 2021
  • Galaxy Tab S6 – May 2021
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite – May 2021
  • Galaxy Tab S7 – March 2021
  • Galaxy tab s7 plus – March 2021
  • Galaxy Z Flip – January 2021
  • Galaxy Z Fold2 – January 2021
  • Galaxy Tab S5e – July 2021

SONY: Sony has had a decrease in its share in the smartphone market, but still has some products launched for fans of the brand. An example is the Xperia 5 II, which was made official a short time ago and which already boasts a guaranteed update to Android 11. Furthermore, the Japanese manufacturer has already released an updated plan for five models. 

Sony smartphone

  • Xperia 1 II – Starting from December 2020
  • Xperia 5 II – Starting from the end of January 2021
  • Xperia 10 II – Starting from the end of January 2021
  • Xperia 1 – Starting February 2021
  • Xperia 5 – Starting February 2021

XIAOMI: Xiaomi is another manufacturer that has a large list of possible upgradeable devices. In the list we find the flagships Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro which started receiving the update for Android 11 in China from November 2020. In addition, the global version of Mi 10 also started receiving the update for the new version of the Google operating system.

Xiaomi smartphone

  • Blackshark 2 / Blackshark 2 Pro – Planned
  • Blackshark 3S / Blackshark 3 Pro / Blackshark 3 – Planned
  • Mi 10 – Update started
  • Mi 10 Lite 5G – Planned
  • Mi 10 Pro – Update started
  • Mi 10 Ultra – Planned
  • Mi 10 Youth Edition – Update started
  • Mi 9 / Mi 9 Pro / Mi 9 SE – Planned
  • Mi A3 – Planned
  • Mi CC 9 Pro / Mi Note 10 / Mi Note 10 Pro – Planned
  • Mi CC9 / Mi 9 Lite / Mi CC9 Meitu Edition – Planned
  • Mi Note 10 Lite – Planned
  • Little F2 Pro – Update started
  • Little M2 Pro – Planned
  • Little X3 NFC – Planned
  • Redmi 10X Pro / Redmi 10X Pro 5G / Redmi 10X – Planned
  • Redmi 9C / Redmi 9A – Planned
  • Redmi K20 Pro / Redmi K20 Premium / Mi 9T Pro – Planned
  • Redmi K30 / Poco F2 – Planned
  • Redmi K30 5G / Redmi K30 Racing Edition – Planned
  • Redmi K30 Pro – Planned
  • Redmi K30 Pro Zoom – Update started
  • Redmi K30i 5G – Planned
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro – Update started
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro Max – Planned
  • Redmi Note 9S – Planned

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