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ASUS ROG Phone 3 Releases First Android 11 Beta Update

Last month, Asus began recruiting testers for the Android 11 Beta program of the ASUS ROG Phone 3 smartphone. A month later, it finally began rolling out the first beta version for those Closed Beta testers.

As reported by XDADevelopers, an update is rolling out with firmware version 18.0410.2101.80 for ROG Phone 3 users. As the report says, it is a closed Beta, so it is currently only available to a small group of people who applied for the Beta. Program.

Regardless, the update is about 1.1GB in size and brings the Android 11 operating system to the phone. If you remember, the ROG Phone 3 launched in July 2020 with the Android 10 operating system out of the box. The user interface of the device has ASUS ROG UI / ZenUI as an option.

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Getting back, you can expect all the functions of Android 11 like chat bubbles, one-time permission management, automatic permission reset, and more. With that said, you can expect a lot of other changes ASUS brings to the table for its own user interface.

ASUS has been a bit out of place when it comes to updating their phones. Although it started the Android 11 Beta program registrations for ASUS Zenfone 6 long before the official Android 11 announcement, the company released the stable update a bit late.

Add to this, ASUS also confirmed that the original ROG phone won’t even have the Android 10 operating system of 2019. Either way, Android 11 for ASUS ROG Phone 3 is its first major update. So it is obvious that the mobile is attracting attention.

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Speaking of which, currently, there is no information on when the launch of the stable update and the open beta version for this mobile will begin.