Google made the next beta version of version of Android available to developers a month earlier than it normally does. As of now, there are just a\u00a0 handful of UI changes and most of them are intended for developers to take advantage. More changes will likely come in the future. It is currently available to be installed on Google's Pixel 2 or later devices. Do not install on your regular daily smartphone unless you have a spare device you would like to play around with. It is highly unstable. Android 11 Logo Here is a list of some of its features: \tBubbles - This allows any messaging apps to appear in a floating bubbling icon on your home screen or over the application that you are currently using.\u00a0 This was to debut in Android 10 but it did not make it to the final version. It is similar to FaceBook's messaging app. This has now been built to the system by default and other messaging applications can take advantage of it. \tImproved Applications Permission - When an app asks for permission to use some of your phone's features like a camera, microphone, etc. You can now give it only once. \tScreen recording. \tDark Mode has automated settings \tTouch screen sensitivity option - Useful when you have a screen protector installed. \tPinning apps to the top of the share sheet. \t5G optimization \tBetter support for Scoped storage - Android will put apps into their bins so they do not interact with other apps. \tSupport for different screen types - Foldables like Samsung Galaxy Fold and Z Flip, waterfall displays, etc. \tSpam call detection and avoidance. \tUpdating Android through the Play Store. It is worth noting that a lot of these will change as more Beta versions of Android are rolled out. This is not the final list of versions and i will keep updating them as more features are included.