Today, Google announced the launch of the official version of Android 11, which mainly adds and updates chat bubbles, security and privacy, power menus, and support for waterfall screens, folding screens, and dual screens.
To strengthen the protection of security and privacy, Android 11 will further restrict some applications from abusing permissions. Calling microphones, cameras, locations, etc., will prompt users for authorization, and the authorization of applications may be automatically revoked in the future. In this regard, Android devices will no longer steal user data in the future.
Android 11 has improved the power menu and redesigned the media controls. It can quickly switch the device that is playing media and transfer music from the headset to the speaker, similar to the design of iOS.
Regarding brand push support, users of Pixel, OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, and realme mobile phones will receive update pushes in the next few days. Other users will receive updates in the coming months.