Although a considerable number of users have not upgraded Android 10 (Q), Google has been testing Android R (Android 11) non-stop.
After investigation, on the well-known benchmark test software GeekBench 5, a Pixel 4 "pro-son" phone was found to be running Android 11 system . It is speculated that internal Google employees accidentally leaked the ROM during the test phase.
Not much is known about Android 11 at present. The media is only analyzed from some open source code. Android 11 is expected to add the following new features, such as removing the limit of 4GB video files, allowing three parties to call the call recording API, and digital ID local storage (Such as driver's license, etc.), better low-power modes, etc.
Under normal circumstances, Google will release a developer preview of the new Android in April and May each year, and it will turn positive in September. In addition, when it comes to Pixel, rumors about the Pixel 4a / 4a XL are also on the rise, and interested Android geeks can continue to follow.