Search engine giant Google has already started the development of the next version of Android, i.e., Android 11/R. Even two developer previews of the Android 11 has also rolled out. The stable version of Android 11 will start rolling out for eligible devices in October 2020. Check the official timeline provided below.
Well, All major Android Smartphone OEMs use their custom UI on their smartphone based on the Android platform. There are only a few brands like Nokia that depend on the pure Android platform. The custom UI of some renowned Android smartphone brands are:
Today, we will be talking about the next versions of all major custom OS listed above. The upcoming version of most of the Customs OS will be based on the Android 11. Have a look at features and other details of the upcoming versions:
OxygenOS is one of the best looking CustomOS we have ever seen. Apart from the looks and UI, it also offers a lot of amazing features as well. Currently, the latest iteration of OxygenOS is OxygenOS 10, which is based on Android 10. The next version of the OS will be OxygenOS 11 based on Android 11.
Realme UI 2.0 will come out with the latest iteration of Android R. Realme UI brought a ton of new and awesome features. Keeping that in mind, we can be assured that the latest iteration would obviously come with yet more amazing features and improvements.
The latest version is currently the OneUI 2.1, which is, at present available only for some of the most premium devices. The Galaxy S10 and Note 10 were the recent devices to get the OneUI 2.1. The upcoming version of the OS will be OneUI 3.0 Check out more details about OneUI 3.0 below:
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