ASUS Seeks Volunteers To Test Android 11 On ZenFone 6

ASUS has announced the launch of the Android 11 beta testing program for its flagship ZenFone 6 smartphone.

Anyone can apply for participation until September 4. To do this, you need to have a smartphone with model number ZS630KL and a stable version of the Android 10 system (build 17.1810.2008.171). The owners of the device started receiving this firmware a few days ago (you can download it from the link). The software has added the item “Register in the beta testing program”. It’s in the “System Update” section. Unfortunately, ASUS does not report the number of testers, but it is clearly limited. So if you want to get into the program, you have to hurry.

Considering that the latest smartphones of the company run on a “clean” version of the green work, all the main features of Android 11 should be expected in the update. Recall that this is the Conversations section in the notification bar, in which all messages in instant messengers will be grouped. Also, the system will have a Bubbles function, an updated power menu, a Media Controls panel in the curtain with quick settings, a section with frequently used applications on the desktop, and much more.

By the way, ASUS is now preparing to announce the flagship smartphones ZenFone 7 and ZenFone 7 Pro. New items should be shown at the presentation on August 26.

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