Android 11 is going to much big thing than the previous version Android 10. The power button menu in Android 11 will broadly be occupied by quick controls for connected smart home devices, including a live camera feed.
The power button menu on Android 10 is moderately basic with just five controls appearing on the right edge of the screen. But the power button menu in Android 11 will look a lot different after receiving a final design.
Android 11 is introducing a milestone called “Platform Stability” to help users plan their final testing and releases. This milestone means that Android 11 has reached final internal and external APIs, final app-facing behaviors, and final non-SDK graylists. We expect Android 11 to reach Platform Stability at Beta 2 in July 2020.
Android 11 leak shows a redesigned power button menu, controls for smart devices.
Android 11 UI images shared by XDA-Developers Editor-in-Chief Mishaal Rahman give us our first clear look at Android 11’s redesigned power button menu clearly.
Beta 1 will have the final Android 11 APIs and the official SDK and NDK to compile and test user’s apps. Android 11 will provide a standard API level at this time
The Emergency, Power off, Restart, and Screenshot buttons have been designed to the top this time and there is a shortcut for quick wallet access, something that arrived any kind of like notifications.
But a major share of the power button screen is occupied by a category called Quick Controls for connected smart home devices. It looks like buttons will allow all users to switch on or off a device with just a single tap.
However, users might also be able to add a camera feed this time to the power button menu, but how quickly the feed will refresh that’s a point to be focus, just wait for release now.