The Asus Zenfone 7 has some pretty cool feature and especially its cool flipping camera which now houses a triple setup and a bunch of tweaks to the hardware such as the screen which is now an OLED panel and much more. This is definitely one of the coolest smartphone out there.
The interesting news for those who owns the device is the fact that its now getting Android 11 beta. While the build isn’t for everyone, being a “Beta” version, its definitely for some pre-selected few users who would help Asus test out the device’s bug and other important fixes before rolling out the full-blown Android 7 on the device later on.
Asus isn’t the only company that is doing the Android 11 beta program as there are other OEMs who are also running the program worldwide. There is OnePlus which started to go on stable builds while Asus on the other hand seems to be one of the last to be on the bus.
Since the company had rolled out the Android 11 Beta build on the Zenfone 6, it quickly started recruiting testers for the Zenfone 7 Pro which is also receiving its initial beta build.
XDA Developers reported that the first-ever Android 11 beta build for Zenfone 7 Pro comes with build number 30.04.31.30 and weighs around 1.1GB in size.
As per the changelog, in addition to Android 11-specific features, the update also brings revamped Mobile Manager, Contacts, Phone, File Manager, Calculator, Clock, Gallery, Weather, Sound recorder, Settings, Data Transfer, and Local backup apps. Further, the update also removes screenshot option from the power menu.
While there is no official date as to when there will be a stable build for the Android 11 for both the Zenfone 6 and Zenfone 7 Pro, there is also no list of other eligible devices that will support the system yet aside the aforementioned devices so we’ll keep our fingers crossed.