Android 11 to come with a wireless charging related feature


Android 11

Google’s latest system, Android 11, is on its way. The first developer preview is already out and it comes with a lot of changes and improvements. Over the past few years, wireless charging has gradually become a standard feature of flagship mobile phones. The application frequency of wireless charging pads has also increased significantly. In this context, Google made relevant adjustments for this new system.

Android 11

The Android 11 system optimizes the applicability of wireless charging. With Google’s latest system, users can know if the phone is properly placed on the wireless charging pad. According to the reports, when the mobile phone is wirelessly charging, there is a pop-up window that will inform you if the phone placement is incorrect. The pop-up window will remind the user to reposition for proper wireless charging.

It is worth noting that this feature was spotted on a Google Pixel 4 XL running the Android 11 Developer Preview. Thus, it is not certain if Google will integrate this feature on its new system. There is also the possibility that this feature will be restricted to the Google Pixel series.

As usual, Android 11 will be officially unveiled at Google I / O Conference. The official version will probably arrive in the second half of this year. The Android 11 Developer Preview is still in its early stages and many features will still get some tweaks.

ANDROID 11 DEVELOPER PREVIEW – WHAT ARE THE NEW FEATURES?

  • Linkability

This new system brings a new link API to support 5G networks. Thus, developers can take advantage of the high speed and latency of 5G. With this, apps can automatically provide the corresponding high-quality video when a high-quality network is detected.

This new system also adds a Bandwidth Estimator API that allows developers to easily determine the amount of downstream/uplink bandwidth available without the application having to query or calculate their own estimates.

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  • Support for new screens

Today many Android OEM manufacturers have multiple screen devices. Now Android 11 has native support for these two screens. It also provides APIs for punch-hole and waterfall screens. With this, developers can make full use of the curved part of the waterfall screen and does not require a separate setting by the manufacturer.

  • Hover chat bubbles

Android 11 has added a floating chat bubble function. As long as the app uses a new API, it can float the ongoing conversation in the form of a bubble on the screen.

In addition, copy and paste have also been upgraded. If the app supports a direct copy and paste of images, then Android 11 supports pasting pictures directly into the reply of the app. This reduces the need for users to cut between multiple apps.

  • Privacy and permissions

Android 11 adds a one-time permission for location, microphone, and camera permissions. In other words, an app that has obtained a one-time permission will still ask the user to obtain authorization when it is next used.

This new system will also automatically block repeated permission requests from the app. If the user clicks twice to deny authorization, the system will automatically stop asking for authorization. Of course, the user can also manually adjust it in the settings.

  • Screen recording

The screencast appeared in an earlier version of Android 10. However, Google later deleted this feature. Now, it can be seen and used in Android 11.

  • Pixel 4 series changes

Android 11 also has an upgrade for the Pixel 4 series. This provides a new Motion Sense gesture that can pause music.

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