Google releases first developer preview of Android 11 ahead of schedule

Google releases first developer preview of Android 11 ahead of schedule

Earlier than previous years, Google released the first developer preview version of Android 11 today. The early applicable mobile phones are still the pro-son series. Developers who hold Pixel 2 (including) and above Pixel series mobile phones can download the system image to get Flash into Android 11 to test.

Since this is the first developer preview version of Android 11, there are no obvious UI/UX changes, but more system-level upgrades, involving 5G connection, special-shaped screen adaptation, low-latency video, security and privacy, etc. aspect.

Specifically, Android 11 will use a new architecture to allow developers to choose whether to use 5G high-speed bandwidth to better balance power consumption and demand; Android 11 also enriches the special-shaped screen API to help developers to be faster Adapt to different models; for privacy, Android 11 has added a one-time permission option, including location, microphone, camera and other permissions to easily obtain sensitive data, allowing users to use one-time permissions, and only granting access to the application during the opening period Permission, you need to ask permission again to use it after reopening.

In addition, with the open download of the developer preview version, some functions that have not been officially mentioned but have been put into the system have also been dug up by the developers, including “Battery Share”, “Long Screenshot”, “Space” Gestures (Motion Sense)” and other features or UI were found to appear in the preview version.

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