POCO X2 is one of the best current selling Android mid-budget smartphones in India. On its first sale, POCO X2 went out of stock making it among the widely popular mid-budget smartphone, even competing against another popular smartphone – Realme X2 with nearly similar specs. While the POCO X2 runs MIUI 11 which is based on Android 10 operating system. Android 10 is currently the latest stable release by Google, and the Android 11 has recently made available on the Android Developer website.
Google’s first Android 11 Developer Preview is currently available on Google Pixel 4 / 4XL, Pixel 3a / 3a XL, Pixel 3 / 3 XL, and Pixel 2 / 2 XL. Developer Preview release are early baseline builds made for developers to test their existing or new apps on the upcoming Android 11 operating system.
C Manmohan, General Manager of POCO India has recently tweeted “Keeping the promise of making the best even better! Here’s the biggest announcement for all the #POCO fans. The recently-released #POCOX2 will be upgraded to @Android 11”
Keeping the promise of making the best even better! Here's the biggest announcement for all the #POCO fans. The recently-released #POCOX2 will be upgraded to @Android 11.— C Manmohan (@cmanmohan) February 24, 2020
RT to spread the word. #SmoothAF
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While C Manmohan has confirmed the upgrade to Android 11 of the latest POCO X2 smartphone, but he hasn’t revealed the timeline by when it will hit the devices across the globe. According to sources, the Android 11 beta will be available by June and the final build will be released by June.
That’s said, it would be exciting to see which brand(excluding Google’s Pixel) will be the first in the market to roll out Android 11 updates on their devices.