The OS that gets to what’s important.
Go straight to the stuff that matters most. Because Android 11 is optimized for how you use your phone. Giving you powerful device controls. And easier ways to manage conversations, privacy settings and so much more.
Android 11 Highlights
Manage your conversations.
See, respond to and control your conversations across multiple messaging apps. All in the same spot. Then select people you always chat with. These priority conversations show up on your lock screen. So you never miss anything important.
With Android 11, you can pin conversations so they always appear on top of other apps and screens. Bubbles keep the conversation going—while you stay focused on whatever else you’re doing. Access the chat anytime or anywhere. Then carry on doing you.
Capture and share content.
Built-in screen recording. Finally.
Screen recording lets you capture what’s happening on your phone. And it’s built right into Android 11, so you don’t need an extra app. Record with sound from your mic, your device or both.
Select and share just got easier.
Select text from your apps. Grab images too. On Pixel devices1, you can easily copy, save and share info between many apps. Like your browser, your delivery app or from the news.
Helpful tools that predict what you want.
A conversation where a user responds to a message that says "hey I'm headed out now" with the words "sounds good!" selected from a toolbar of suggested responses.
Get suggested responses in conversations. Hi there, sounds good or 👋 when you need it. On Pixel devices1, replies are intelligently suggested based on what’s been said in the conversation—so the words you need and the perfect emoji are always at your fingertips.2
Easily get to apps you need most. Pixel devices1 make app suggestions that change based on your routine. So you can see what you need throughout the day, all on the bottom of your home screen. Making it easy to get to your morning workout app when you wake up. Or to access the TV app you use when it’s time to relax.
Smarter ways to organize your apps. Get intelligent suggestions for folder names on your Pixel device1. For a home screen that stays organized. Names are based on theme—like work, photo, fitness and more.
Control your phone with your voice.
With Android 11, Voice Access is faster and easier to use. Intuitive labels on apps help you control and navigate your phone, all by speaking out loud. Even use Voice Access offline, for more support whenever you need it.Learn more
Set the temperature to chill, then dim your lights. All from a single spot on your phone.3 Just long press the power button to see and manage your connected devices. Making life at home that much easier.
Showing an Android device within a car. When the Android device powers on, an Android app called SpotHero is automatically displayed on the car's dashboard.
Connect Android to your car. Skip the cable.
Hit the road without plugging in. Android Auto now works wirelessly with devices running Android 11—so you can bring the best of your phone on every drive.4Learn more
You control what apps can access.
Take charge of your data with Android. You choose whether to give or not, permission to access sensitive data, to the apps that you download. So you stay better protected.
Give one-time permissions to apps that need your mic, camera or location. The next time the app needs access, it must ask for permission again.
If you haven't used an app in a while, you may not want it to keep accessing your data. So Android will reset permissions for your unused apps. You can always turn permissions back on.
Security updates, right from Google Play.
With Android 11, you get even more security and privacy fixes sent to your phone from Google Play. The same way all your other apps update. So you get peace of mind. And your device stays armed with the most recent defense.
And there’s so much more.
From security enhancements to easier ways to get work done, Android 11 has something for everyone.
Voice AccessIntuitive labels on apps help you control and navigate your phone, all by speaking out loud. Even use Voice Access offline, for more support whenever you need it.
Talkback braille keyboardType braille using just your Android device. No additional hardware needed.
LookoutLookout now has two new modes. Scan Document and Food Label help people with low vision or blindness get things done faster and more easily. Opening Lookout also turns on your flashlight, helping users read in low light. And Lookout is now available on all 2GB+ devices running Android 6.0 or later.
3P performance optimizationsYour camera works even better on photo sharing platforms like Snapchat.
Mute during camera captureDevelopers can use new APIs for apps to mute vibration from ringtones, alarms or notifications.
Bokeh modesDevelopers can now request a bokeh picture via the Android camera2 APIs.
Camera support in EmulatorNow supports a fully functional camera HAL. Making it easier for developers to test apps using the latest Android camera2 APIs.
Bedtime ModeBedtime Mode quiets your phone when it’s time to go to sleep. Schedule it to run automatically or while your phone charges as you rest. Your screen switches to grayscale and your notifications go silent with Do Not Disturb.
ClockThe new bedtime feature in Clock helps you set a healthy sleep schedule. Track screen time at night and fall asleep to calming sounds. Then wake up to your favorite song. Or use the Sunrise Alarm that slowly brightens your screen to start the day.
Work profile enhancementsGet full privacy from IT on your work profile on company-owned devices. Plus new asset management features for IT to ensure security without visibility into personal usage.
Connected work and personal appsConnect work and personal apps to get a combined view of your information in places like your calendar or your reminders.
Schedule work profileEasily disconnect from work. With Android 11, you can now set a schedule to automatically turn your work profile on and off.
Work tab in more placesUse the work tab in more places to share and take actions across work and personal profiles. See work tabs when sharing, opening apps and in settings.
Location access notificationsGet a new notification if your IT admin has turned on location services on your managed device.
Device controlsEasily manage your connected devices all from one spot on your phone.3
Media controlsWith Android 11, you can quickly change the device that your media plays on.
Android AutoAndroid Auto now works wirelessly4 with devices running Android 11.
Context-aware Bluetooth airplane modeIf you have headphones or hearing aids connected to your phone, bluetooth will stay on if you enable Airplane mode.
ConversationsSee, respond to and control your conversations across multiple messaging apps. All in the same spot. Choose priority conversations that will show up on your lock screen.
BubblesPin conversations so they always appear on top of other apps and screens. So you can access the chat anytime or anywhere.
Smart replyOn Pixel devices1, replies are intelligently suggested based on what’s been said in the conversation.2
Keyboard autofillGBoard gives you suggestions to help fill in forms with the info you use most. Like passwords or your home address.
Overview actionsOn Pixel devices1, you can easily copy, save and share info between many apps.
Nearby ShareQuickly and securely send files, videos, map locations and more to devices nearby. Works with Android devices, Chromebooks or devices running Chrome browser.
One-time permissionsGive one-time permissions to apps that need your mic, camera or location. The next time the app needs access, it must ask for permission again.
Permissions auto-resetIf you haven't used an app in a while, you may not want it to keep accessing your data. So Android will reset permissions for your unused apps. You can always turn permissions back on.
Google Play system updatesWith Android 11, you get even more security and privacy fixes sent to your phone, right from Google Play. So your device stays armed with the most recent defense.
Scoped storageAndroid limits broad access to shared storage for all apps running Android 11, so your info stays better protected.
Resume on rebootPick up right where you started. Apps run immediately after an update is installed. So you don’t miss any notifications after your phone has rebooted.
Blocked permissionsIf a user denies an app permission multiple times, the app will be blocked from requesting the permission again.
Soft restartGet Google Play system updates when your phone is idle, with no full reboot required.
Background locationGet more control over location sharing with apps that are not in use. So apps don’t get access to more data than they need.
Screen recorderScreen recording is now built in, so you don’t need an extra app. Record with sound from your mic, your device or both.
App suggestionsPixel devices1 now make app suggestions based on your daily routines. These apps show up on the bottom row of your home screen. So you can get the apps you need when you need them.
Smart foldersSee intelligent suggestions for folder names on your Pixel device1. For a home screen that stays organized.
Call screeningNew APIs to help screening apps better identify spam calls.
Schedule Dark modeSchedule when you want your phone to turn to Dark mode. And when you want it to go back to a standard display.
Picture-in-picturePicture-in-picture windows can be adjusted to fit the size you need.
5G detection APIWith new APIs, apps know if you’re on a 5G connection. So you get better performance.
Hinge angle sensor supportSo apps can better support all kinds of foldable configurations.
Ethernet tetheringShare a tethered internet connection with a USB ethernet dongle.
Gesture sensitivityWhen using gesture nav, you can now fine-tune both Back gestures on the left and right edge independently of one another.
Notification historyYour notification history is now available in settings.
SharesheetPin the apps you use most in the Sharesheet.
A few days ago, Samsung released Android 11 for the Galaxy A02s and Galaxy A12. Now it's the Galaxy A11 that's getting a taste of the latest version of Android with One UI 3.1.
The new build sports version number A115MUBU2BUE1, and while a detailed changelog is currently unavailable, you can expect it to include the usual Android 11 goodies, such as notification history, chat bubbles, and one-time permissions, in addition to One UI 3.1 features and new Android security patch.
The update is currently rolling in Panama, but the rollout should expand to other markets soon. If you live in Panama and haven't received Android 11 yet, you can try checking for the update manually by heading over to your A11's Settings > Software update menu.
Samsung Android 11 update: When will your phone get One UI 3.0?
Samsung has never been at the front of the line to roll out the latest Android updates. That said, the OEM has made strides in the last few years to push new versions quicker. Now, the big question is which Samsung Galaxy devices will get their Android 11 updates first. Luckily for you, the process has already started, so let’s dive in.
Samsung Android 11 update: Which phones have already received it?
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As we said, Samsung isn’t always the fastest when it comes to updates. Part of this delay is due to the OneUI updates that are required. As a result, Samsung tends to start with the most recent devices and work its way back to the oldest models. So far, you’ll find the Android 11 update on the Galaxy S20 series (including the FE), Note 10 and 20 series, Galaxy S10 series, and all of Samsung’s folding phones.
See also: How to install Android 11 — A step by step guide
The latest Samsung Galaxy S21 devices shipped with Android 11 already onboard, so you won’t have to worry about those until Android 12 rolls around. More recently, Samsung pushed the Android 11 update to its mid-range Galaxy M phones and certain Galaxy A units. For a quick recap of which devices are updated, check here:
- S21/S21 Plus/S21 Ultra
- S20/S20 Plus/S20 Ultra/S20 FE
- S10/S10 Plus/S10 5G/S10E/S10 Lite
- Note 20/Note 20 Ultra
- Note 10/Note 10 Plus/Note 10 Lite
- S7/S7 Plus
- S6/S6 Lite
- Tab A
- Tab Active 3/Tab Active Pro
- Galaxy XCover Pro/Galaxy XCover 4S
If you want more information on which regions have received the update, feel free to explore our Android 11 update hub at the link.
Samsung’s One UI 3.0/Android 11 update roadmap
Although Samsung has made solid progress with its Android 11 update rollout, the journey is far from over. We’re working with Samsung’s official roadmap for now, so this should be your best guess regarding when your phone will receive the update. Some users may not see an update until the end of summer, but it’s worth looking forward to. Here is the schedule as we know it so far:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
- Samsung Galaxy A30S
- Samsung Galaxy A20S
- Samsung Galaxy A10S (Egypt)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019)
- Samsung Galaxy A10
News of this One UI 3.0 and Android 11 update roadmap comes not long after Samsung pledged to bring three generations of Android version updates to select devices. You can check out the full list of eligible devices at the link.
FeaturesAndroid 11, Samsung
Samsung Galaxy A02 is reportedly receiving an Android 11-based One UI 3.1 update along with the September 2021 Android security patch. The budget-friendly smartphone is receiving the update in Russia as of now. The Galaxy A02's update will bring Android 11 features like one-time permissions, chat bubbles, a redesigned user interface (UI), improved stock apps, and more. The Samsung smartphone was launched in January and came with an Android 10-based One UI 2 skin on top. It is expected to launch in India soon as production has reportedly started at Samsung's facility in Delhi-NCR.
Samsung Galaxy A02 update changelog
The update for Samsung Galaxy A02 was first reported by SamMobile. As per the report, the Samsung smartphone will be getting the One UI 3.1 update, based on Android 11. The update comes with new features like one-time permissions, auto permissions reset, chat bubbles, a redesigned UI, new lock screen widgets, improved stock apps, and a revamped Device Care section.
As mentioned, the update is bundled with the September 2021 Android security patch. It is currently rolling out in Russia and is expected to reach other markets in the coming weeks. The firmware version of the update for Samsung Galaxy A02 is A022GDXU2BUI3 and there is no information on the size of the update.
The update should arrive automatically over-the-air. However, keen users can manually check for the update by heading to Settings > Software update > Download and install. It is recommended that the Samsung Galaxy A02 should be updated while it has a strong Wi-Fi connection and is put on charging.
Samsung Galaxy A02 specifications
As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy A02 — launched in Thailand in January — came with Android 10-based One UI 2 out-of-the-box The smartphone sports a 6.5-inch (720 x 1,600 pixels) HD+ Infinity-V display. Under the hood, it packs a quad-core MediaTek MT6739W SoC paired with up to 3GB of RAM and up to 64GB of onboard storage — expandable via a microSD card (up to 1TB).
For optics, the Galaxy A02 gets a dual rear camera setup with a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. Selfies and video calls are handled by a 5-megapixel shooter. Connectivity options include 4G LTE, 3.5mm headphone jack, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth v5, and more. All of this is backed by a 5,000mAh battery with 7.75W charging support.
The Galaxy A02 is speculated to launch in India soon as its production is said to have begun at Samsung's Noida facility in Delhi-NCR. As per a report by 91Mobiles, the smartphone is likely to carry the same design and specifications as the model launched in Thailand.
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Samsung android 11
It usually takes Android OEMs a fair bit to get the latest version of the OS on older devices, but Samsung has been getting better and better at this every year. For Android 11, the official update schedule kicked off in early December and continues to expand. Here’s every device Samsung has updated to Android 11 so far.
This article will be continuously updated with new devices as rollouts begin.
What’s new in Android 11 on Samsung devices?
Samsung’s Android 11 update brings the typical features you know and love from Google’s update, including notification improvements, Bubbles for messages, and many others. One that was unfortunately cut, though, was Google’s useful power menu shortcuts for smart home devices. Shame.
On top of Android 11, the smartphone giant is also including One UI 3.0, which includes all of the features Galaxy owners have known and loved for years, as well as a few new additions and a fresh coat of paint on the design as a whole. It’s a slick look that continues to refine Samsung’s work on Android that, frankly, has especially become really good over the past few years.
So what devices are getting Android 11? Samsung has confirmed updates for quite a lot of devices from the S, Note, Z, and A series, but even more devices will likely be updated over time. Here’s what’s been updated so far.
Samsung devices getting Android 11 now
Galaxy S20 Series
- Galaxy S20 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S20+ — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S20 Ultra — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S20 FE — One UI 3.1
Rolling out as of December 2, the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra all picked up the Android 11 update on multiple US carriers as well as unlocked models and global carrier units. These phones also picked up One UI 3.1 in late February.
The Galaxy S20 FE picked up Android 11 starting in Russia on December 18, with the UK, India, and Germany also seeing updates. As of January 7, the update is rolling out in the US as well with all major carriers pushing updates as of January 18. At this point, it appears that the update has reached a nearly full rollout across the globe.
In late February, One UI 3.1 started rolling out to the S20 series, with the update broadly available in the US and around the world. Notably, though, the update is still not available for some devices in some regions.
Galaxy S10 Series
- Galaxy S10 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S10+ — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S10e — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S10 5G — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy S10 Lite — One UI 3.1
Samsung has started the rollout of Android 11 to its Galaxy S10 series in January as well. The update is available in Switzerland on the Galaxy S10e and S10 5G at first, but should expand to the S10 and S10+ as well as other regions in the near future. The S10e’s update is also available in the US.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ are both getting their Android 11 update now as well, though the update was briefly pulled due to some bugs. As of February 1, the update appears to be widely rolling out in Korea and has been spotted on some US carriers recently. As of mid-February, the update has been released for all Galaxy S10 variants in the US.
The Galaxy S10 Lite picked up Android 11 around December 22 in India and Spain. The update has also since been spotted in the US, UK, and Germany.
One UI 3.1 started rolling out to the Galaxy S10 series in several regions around March 10th, rolling out widely in the US especially.
Galaxy Note Series
- Galaxy Note 20 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Note 10 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Note 10+ — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite — One UI 3.1
Around December 14, the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra saw updates to Android 11 on AT&T. Verizon, T-Mobile, and unlocked variants have followed in the time since. The update is also available globally on carriers and unlocked units.
In February, the Galaxy Note 20 series started picking up One UI 3.1, an update that’s now available on all major carriers as well as in other countries.
To close out 2020, Samsung rollied out Android 11 and One UI 3.0 to the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. By mid-February, the update is widely available in most regions. The update also rolled out to the Note 10 Lite in early March.
Galaxy A Series
- Galaxy A42 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A12— One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A02s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A51, 4G and 5G — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A71 5G — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A41 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A31 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A21s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A11 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A01
- Galaxy A50/s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A40 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A30— One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A30s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A20
- Galaxy A20e — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A90 5G — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A80 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A70/s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy A60 — One UI 3.1
Samsung’s uber-popular budget series of smartphones is also getting Android 11, and much sooner than most people expected. The Galaxy A51 5G and Galaxy A71 5G both saw updates arrive in early February in regional releases. Meanwhile, the world’s most popular Android phone, the Galaxy A51 (4G) saw its update rolling out in mid-February nearly across the globe. In early April, the Galaxy A51 5G finally got its Android 11 upgrade and Samsung went directly to One UI 3.1 as well. The older Galaxy A50 and A50s also picked up Android 11 with One UI 3.1 in early March, though only in some regions. It landed on the Verizon-sold A50 in April.
The Galaxy A40 picked up Android 11 and One UI 3.1 in March, right alongside the Galaxy A80 in Europe. On March 25th, the update started rolling out to the Galaxy A90 5G in South Korea as well as the Galaxy A70s in India. In early April, the Galaxy A70 saw a wider rollout of Android 11 The Galaxy A60 was updated around April 13th. As April turns the corner, the popular Galaxy A31 saw its Android 11 update from Samsung starting in South Korea. As with all of Samsung’s phones, that likely means a global rollout isn’t too far off. The Galaxy A01 also saw its Android 11 update around April 24th while the Galaxy A31 was seeing a wider rollout at the time and the Galaxy A41 saw its Android 11/One UI 3.1 update rolling out just a couple of days later in select regions.
In May 2021, the Galaxy A02s saw its Android 11 update finally start rolling out in Russia ahead of other regions. Around the same time, the Galaxy A12 also saw its update in the same region. On May 13th, the update was spotted on the Galaxy A11 in Central America. Galaxy A30 was updated in India a week later. Both Galaxy A30s and Galaxy A20 picked up their respective Android 11 updates in early June. Galaxy A20e was updated around the same time.
Samsung Galaxy Foldables
- Galaxy Z Flip — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Z Flip 5G — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Fold — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Z Fold 2 — One UI 3.1
Samsung has traditionally been just a bit slow to update its foldable to new versions of Android, but the Galaxy Z Flip 5G broke that rule. That device’s update started rolling out in Switzerland on December 21 but has not been confirmed for other regions.
Just ahead of the new year, too, Samsung started rolling out the Android 11 update for its regular Galaxy Z Flip with a roughly 2GB update. One UI 3.1 started rolling out to the series in February.
On January 11, Samsung opened the Android 11 floodgates for its $2,000 Galaxy Z Fold 2. The update started rolling out in Germany and is mentioned on the TELUS website as rolling out in Canada as soon as January 20. The update is also rolling out in India and the UK and has rolled out widely in the United States. The One UI 3.1 update started rolling out in late February/early March in some regions too.
As reported by SamMobile on January 18, Samsung started rolling out Android 11 to its original Galaxy Fold. The update has already appeared in France, UAE, UK, and Switzerland through may depend on whether you own the LTE or 5G versions of the phone.
Galaxy Tab Series
- Galaxy Tab S7 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab S7+ — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab S6 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab S6 Lite — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab S5e — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab A7 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy Tab Active 3
- Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) — One UI 3.1
The Galaxy Tab S7 series was among the first of Samsung’s tablets to get Android 11, and it also started right off the bat with One UI 3.1. The Galaxy Tab S6 later picked up Android 11 and One UI 3.1 in early March. The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite also got its One UI 3.1 update in some regions in early March. In April, the update extended again to the Galaxy Tab S5e, spotted in Russia and the UK first. Other regions should be quick to follow. The Galaxy Tab Active 3 picked up its update in the second half of April with the Galaxy Tab A7 only a few days behind it in some regions across Europe. In May/June, carrier versions of the Galaxy Tab S6 were updated to Android 11 as was the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019).
Other Samsung devices with Android 11
The list of devices Samsung is updating to Android 11 goes beyond what we’ve listed above. Others that have been updated in at least some regions include:
- Galaxy M30s
- Galaxy M40 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy M51 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy M31/s — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy M21 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy M11 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy M01 — One UI 3.1
- Galaxy F41
- Galaxy XCover Pro
Update 6/2: This article has been updated following the Galaxy A30, Tab A 8.0, and other rollouts as well as more information on other devices and regional rollouts
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