ASUS Zenfone 6 starts updating to Android 11



With just a few days left of the year, ASUS is shipping the stable Android 11 update to the ASUS Zenfone 6, its high-end that was launched last year with Android 9 with Zen UI 6 and later updated to Android 10.



This second major system update comes first to ASUS Zenfone 6 users in Taiwan, although being the stable version, it is expected that it will ship to other regions soon. In addition to Android 11, the update introduces several cchanges in applications and system.






Android 11 for mobile with rotating camera



The ASUS Zenfone 6 was launched as the company's high-end for 2019, with Snapdragon 855, a 48 megapixel dual camera that doubled as front and rear cameras, as it rotated to change position and Android 9 Pie.







All the news of Android 11





The terminal would later receive the update to Android 10 and now, it is the second terminal of the company, after the ASUS Zenfone 7 to be updated to Android 11. The official change list mentions some news beyond those of Android 11. This is the official changelist from the update to Android 11 for the ASUS Zenfone 6.



  • Updated the system to Android 11


  • Make a copy of the system before updating. If you want to go back to Android 10, you can do it using an official package, but all data will be erased.


  • Some third-party apps are not yet compatible with Android 11


  • Private listening removed, Zen UI Help has one-handed mode


  • Power function is integrated into battery options


  • Removed Avast


  • The desktop removes options like smart sorting, icon alignment, and more.


  • New ZenUI interface


  • Adjusted quick panel interface with multimedia support


  • Removed multi-window portals and added options to share nearby


  • Automatic download and Wi-Fi installation options are enabled by default


  • Full screen gesture support added for third-party launchers


The version of this update is 18.0610.2011.107 and at the moment it is being shipped to users in Taiwan. If you want to check if the update reaches your mobile, you can do it from the Settings - System update.



Via | XDA