Android 10 has not yet run on a large number of devices, and it will take a long time before it is widely adopted. However, Android 11 or Android R has appeared on the Geekbench site.
Not much is known about Android 11, but Android is likely to come sooner than we think.
Looking at the Geekbench score, it can be confirmed that the device in question is Google Pixel 4 and recorded scores of 712 and 2181 respectively in single-core and multi-core tests. There is no information about what features will come in Android 11.
However, the only thing that is known to come from Google’s contribution to the Android Open Source Project is the limitation of “compose / mux” files that can exceed 4GB. With this, video recording does not need to be cut off at a certain point.
It’s still too early for Google to say anything about the upcoming version of Android. Typically, the developer preview is between April and May before the final release runs in September.
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