Here's when Lava Z2, Z4, Z6, MyZ will get Android 11 Update

Lava has announced that Lava Z4, Z6, and MyZ triple-camera variants will get Android 11 update from July 25th, while Z2 users will receive the update in the subsequent months.



The new software update will be released as an OTA to the users who will receive a notification, once it reaches them. The users will have a choice to either download it immediately or do it later by simply going to their phone settings.  Android 11 update will enable Lava users to experience exciting and improved features like screen recording, chat bubbles, dark mode scheduling, and digital well-being. In addition to this, the new Android will provide improved user privacy, a better media controller, and an easy conversation & notification manager

Android 11 update Changelog

Managing Conversation & notifications

There are now three notification categories: Conversations, Alerting, and Silent.

1.The Conversations section, houses all your conversations meaning any app where you are directly communicating with someone else, including text messages and chats within other apps.
2.The Alerting and Silent sections act as they have before in Android 10. You can also easily silence notifications from certain apps, which would push all future notifications to the Silent section.

  • Built in Screen recorder
.This gives you an easy access to recording anything being done on the screen and its built right into Android 11 so you don’t need an extra app. Record with sound from your mic, your device or both.

  • Media controls
With Android 11, the media player has been moved to the Quick Settings section for easy access. When you swipe down your notification drawer, the media controller will be pretty small. It will show you the app it’s related to, cover art, basic controls, and on which system the media is playing. If you pull down again on the drawer, the alert expands.

  • User Privacy: One time permission and auto- reset
This will give users more control over their privacy. In android 10, it asks a user permission only when they first install an app. But in Android 11’s case, you can give one-time permissions to apps that need your mic, camera or location. The next time that the app needs access, it must ask for permission again. The permission gets revoked as soon as that app is closed. So the user’s data is always safe.

  • Chat bubbles
Chat while multitasking. With this new feature, you can pin conversations in form chat bubbles so that they always appear on top of other apps and screen so that you can access the chat anytime or anywhere.

  • Tools that predict what a user want
Smart reply: The phone device’s replies to be sent for a text on the basis of your usage
Smart folders: This is for a user to organize their apps in folders like Work, Fitness, Food, Games etc
  • Camera
3P Performance optimizations: The phone’s camera works even better on 3rd party photo sharing apps like Snapchat and Instagram.

  • Notification history
This feature is to restore any swiped notifications that might have been swiped by mistake. You can check those notifications received in the last 24 hours.

  • Dark mode scheduling
After the simplistic Dark mode in Android 10, this time android gives an option to schedule it as per your requirement. Users can schedule the dark theme using one of two different metrics:

Users can schedule a dark theme to turn on or off when the sun sets or rises.
Users can also set up a custom schedule for dark mode activation if you wish.

  • Digital wellbeing
Bedtime mode: Bedtime mode quiets your phone when it’s time to go to sleep. Schedule it to run automatically or while your phone charges as you rest. Your screen switches to Greyscale and your notifications go silent with Do Not Disturb.

Clock: The new bedtime feature in Clock helps you set a healthy sleep schedule. Track screen time at night and fall asleep to calming sounds. Then wake up to your favorite song. Or use the Sunrise Alarm that slowly brightens your screen to start the day

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