Owners of Xiaomi, Oppo, and POCO’s flagship phones launched this year can now test-run the beta version of Android 11. While the rest have to wait for a stable update. If you’re wondering when the stable update will be officially announced by Google, this is exactly the information you need.
At the recent Smart Home Summit “Hey Google”, a slide show video is said to reveal the release date of Android 11 stable version (stable update).
The slide show is titled “Checklist for Android Release Date 11 of 8.9”, which means the new Android version will be announced on that day. Android 10 debuted on Tuesday, last year on 3.9, coincidentally on 8.9 this year also falls on Tuesday.
It’s still too early to tell which phones will receive the stable update right from the Google Pixel series release date. Most likely, Xiaomi and Redmi may surprise us once again like last year by offering an instant update to one of their phones.