ASUS recently confirmed that the Original ROG won’t get the Android 10 update. Being a flagship smartphone, it didn’t even get two Major Android upgrades. That said, the company has finally started recruiting Android 11 Beta
In a tweet, Olivier of ASUS Zenfone Team France has shared the details of the Beta Testing. He says that the recruitment of Android 11 Beta Testers for ROG Phone 3 has officially started. Interested users can register by navigating to the following option:
- Settings->System->System Updates
Now, Click on the Parameters Dial and register for the Beta Program of Android 11. Don’t forget to specify the type of network as WiFi/Carrier Data according to your need. Usually, Beta builds come in big packages and hence, they might need more data.
ASUS’s revamped ZenUI is closer to Stock Android than earlier versions. Hence, expect most of the goodies of Android 11 to make it to the UI. That is, Android 11 features like chat bubbles(conversations), media controls, improved permission management, and organized notifications.
ASUS, even though began the first Beta testing(with Zenfone 6) of the Android 11 way before its announcement, the stable update rolled out just a month ago. And with ROG Phone 3, which launched back in July 2020, ASUS is just getting started with the Beta update.
Back in March 2020, the ROG Phone 2 got the Android 10 stable months after its arrival. Hence, going by the past records of ASUS, we can expect the ROG Phone 3 to get the stable update to arrive in a couple of months.
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