Google Releases Android 11 for Android TVs: Better Game Controller Support, Performance, and Auto-low Latency Mode

Google in early September announced the Android 11 operating system for smartphones, and has now released

its for TVs running Android TV.

What's new

Unlike the mobile version, here is a listchanges are not big. Basically, the developers have worked on the performance and security of the system. An updated RAM manager has been added to the firmware. In addition, the software has one-time permissions for applications that use location, microphone and camera.

Even with Android 11, smart TVs will getimproved support for game controllers, the ability to run applications without installation, support for voice typing in the keyboard, and Auto-low Latency Mode, which works through the HDMI 2.1 standard. It can turn off graphics post-processing and significantly reduce latency in games and video calls.

When to expect

According to Google, manufacturers will start updating their TVs to Android 11 in the coming months. Unfortunately, there is no more precise date for the release of the system yet.

Source: Google

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