One of the biggest new features in Android 11 is Conversation Bubbles. You can choose from Allow all the time, Allow only while using the app, Ask every time, or Deny. It gives you the same information as before, but now, it's in the quick settings, so it's easier to access. A new feature in Android 11 might be here to solve that problem.
Dark mode (or dark theme as Android calls it) gets a small tweak in Android 11.
If you do not own any compatible device, you can always run Android 11 in the Android emulator provided with Android Studio.
Google has now officially released Android 11 that is currently rolling out to select Google Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, and Realme phones. So all you have to do is wait and see if the spam calls are suddenly explaining themselves a little better before you answer.
Speaking of notifications, Android 11 now groups messaging alerts together, depending on which app they came in through, so you can see at a glance how many messages you've got from WhatsApp and how many from Hangouts, for example. Today, a Mexican radio host Jose Antonia Ponton shared new images that showcase the appearance of Pixel 5 in real. No problem with the new Notification history screen in Android 11, which you can get to from Apps and notifications and Notifications in Settings-there is the option to enable or disable the feature as you prefer. In particular, Google has introduced one-time permissions for microphone, camera and location data use, auto-resetting of permissions in unused apps, plus additional Google Play system update modules.
Again, this isn't going to completely change the way Android works. Bubbles is another new messaging-focused feature of Android 11, letting you respond to conversations without having to constantly jump between apps.
While introducing the Pixel 4A, Google also unveiled the Pixel 4A 5G and Pixel 5, which won't be coming to India but to USA and other regions. Pixel smartphones were the first to receive Android 11, and the OxygenOS 11 open beta based on Android 11 has begun to arrive on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.
Other improvements include refining the screen shot process to look and behave more like on iOS and also finally implementing native screen recording, negating the need to install a third-party app to do this now basic function.
So the company created a new device controls menu on the OS, which can be accessed simply by long-pressing your phone's power button.