Google will release a test build of Android 12. And this despite the fact that the vast majority of devices still come with Android 10
And this despite the fact that
the vast majority of devices still come with Android 10
According to rumors, in the coming months, Google will release a test build of Android 12. And this despite the fact that the vast majority of devices still come with Android 10, and not all have received the update to Android 11. As usual, third-party developers save the day. The authors of the popular PixelExperience firmware announced the release of the 11th version.
PixelExperience, as the name suggests, offers a similar experience using Google's Pixel smartphones. The authors of the firmware set out to recreate the very "clean" version of Android, which the search giant intended. This lies both in the similarity of the user interface and in the functions available by default only on “pixels”.
The release of PixelExperience based on Android 11 allows a large number of older devices that are no longer supported by manufacturers to access the current version of the "green robot". The authors of the firmware claim that it is already stable enough for everyday use, and in the coming weeks they intend to add some as yet unavailable Pixel functions.
The officially supported PixelExperience devices include dozens of smartphone models from ASUS, Google, Lenovo, Motorola, Nubia, OnePlus, realme, Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi. So far, the 11th version is not available for everyone, but the developers promise to expand the list.