Google has officially released Android 11 today; this means that other OEM will soon update their UIs to bring in Android 11 features too.
Android 11: Bubbles, device controls, capture content and more
Just like what we’ve seen in the beta version, Android 11 comes with a bunch of new features including chat bubbles, built-in screen recording, smart reply, device controls and more. All supported messaging apps will get chat bubbles for ease of access — similar to the current Messenger app on an Android phone.
Stricter privacy settings
Google also enhanced security by introducing one-time permissions and permissions auto-reset. The former allows lets users give one-time permissions to apps that they might not use often while the latter will reset the permission settings for unused apps to prevent continuous access to personal data.
ColorOS first to reveal own UI
One of the earliest OEMs to push out their own updated UI is OPPO. ColorOS 11 public beta which is based on Android 11 is already available and will be accessible to Find X3 and Reno 3 Series (4G) users. OPPO will reveal ColorOS 11 on September 14 to introduce the new features to OPPO users.