Google launches second developer preview of Android 11, face unlock system improved

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Google has released a second developer preview (DP2) for Android 11 operating system. Further improvements to the operating system can be seen in this developer preview. It can also see many new features such as a new face unlocking system. This new developer preview was shared by Mishal Rahman from XDA Developers through his Twitter handle. This new operating system perspective can be seen in screenshots shared on Twitter. When talking about the new advanced face unlock feature, an eye check is performed in addition to the face to unlock the smartphone. If your eyes are not open, the smartphone will not open.

Android 11 has added a hinge angle detection function to fold the smartphone. Features such as the 5G API status, variable refresh rates for applications and games have also been added. Find out about the functions of Android 11 DP2

Call Screening Service Improvement

Google has added an automatic call verification feature to the new operating system. This feature was introduced in Pixel 4, which was launched last year. This call verification application allows users to identify spam calls. You can also report reasons for rejecting calls.

Variable Refresh Rate

With the help of this feature, users will convert the frame rate of the display to a high refresh rate while playing the game. This feature will work automatically.

Resume on reboot

This feature will resume the OTA update after shutdown while updating the phone. For this, the user will not have to unlock the device again and will not have to start the process again.

Heinz Angle

This feature has been added specifically for foldable smartphones. It will have a sensor for the hinge used to fold the phone. This new operating system can be launched in Google I / O 2020 and roll out in the last quarter of the year.

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