As usual, the first terminals that can be updated to test the new firmware are the Google pixels, although the original terminals, the Pixel and Pixel XL, are left out of the selection. Following are some new mobiles where Android 11 can be installed.
Google Pixel 2
Google Pixel 2 XL
Google Pixel XL
To this selection we will add third-party terminals that have agreed with Google to carry out tests on some of their models. Some mobiles where android 11 can be installed beside Google pixels are listed below.
The first to announce its intention to participate in the testing program has been the Chinese brand OPPO, which will include some of its OPPO Find X2. Specific:
OPPO Find X2.
OPPO Find X2 Pro.
It will be throughout this month of June when the first firmware is available for these two models. For now we don’t know anything else.
Xiaomi has also confirmed that Android 11 beta reaches two terminals, the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. And Poco has done the same with the Poco F2 Pro.
Xiaomi Mi 10.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.
Little F2 Pro.
The next to announce its candidates to test Android 11 beta has been OnePlus, which has announced that the owners of the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will be able to install the test version.
OnePlus 8 Pro.
Also realme, a subsidiary of BBK like OPPO and OnePlus, has confirmed that its flagship, the realme X50 Pro 5G, will be able to test Android 11 this month.
realme X50 Pro 5G.
It is expected that in the coming days there will be more brands to join, such as last year, when OnePlus or Nokia, among others, said that they would bring beta versions to some models.