NOTICE: We’ve compiled a comprehensive Android 11 update tracker for all the major OEMs and carriers, and will be updating it continuously. Apart from that, we’re also maintaining a separate Android 11 tracker for the big 4 US carriers.

Google has been releasing new Android versions every year for a while now. Each new Android version is refined over the previous one. Previously, most Android updates were geared towards revamping the design and feel of the OS.

However, with the past couple of versions, Google has begun focusing on the fundamentals to deliver an enhanced user experience on Android. With that in mind, Google announced Android 11 last month. The first Android 11 beta build was made available for Pixel phones.

And just a few days ago, we reported that Android 11 is now available on 13 devices from 7 different vendors. This list seems to be growing as Tecno Mobile has also released the Android 11 Developer Preview for the Tecno Pouvoir 4.

google pixel 3a
Google Pixel 3a

That said, Android updates usually take time to make their way to carrier-branded phones. This is because once an OEM releases an update, the carrier also conducts its own testing before seeding an update to users. As a result, the updates are usually delayed for weeks or possibly months.

Nonetheless, even though the updates are late, they are pushed eventually to eligible devices. Most vendors release at least two major Android updates for their smartphones. There are some exceptions such as OnePlus that has been releasing 3 major updates for its phones.

With all this information and by judging past trends, we’ve compiled a list of T-Mobile-branded phones that might be eligible for the Android 11 update. Of course, this information is by no means official and things can change at any time.

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T-Mobile Android 11 update: Eligible devices

Since most smartphone companies no longer rely on carriers to market their devices, this isn’t a long list. But there are a few major smartphones on the list that could be getting the update. So without any further ado, let’s check out the list of eligible devices:

– Google Pixel 4 (Android 11 released)
– Google Pixel 4 XL (Android 11 released)
– Google Pixel 3a (Android 11 released)
– Google Pixel 3a XL (Android 11 released)
– Google Pixel 3 (Android 11 released)
– Google Pixel 3 XL (Android 11 released)
– Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy S10 series (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy A71 5G (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy A51 (Android 11 in development)
– Samsung Galaxy A21
– Samsung Galaxy A10e
– OnePlus 8 (Android 11 in development)
– OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren
– OnePlus 7 Pro (Android 11 in development)
– OnePlus 7T (Android 11 in development)
– OnePlus 6T (Android 11 in development)
– LG G8 ThinQ
– LG V60 ThinQ
– LG Stylo 6

These are the devices that are presumed to be getting the latest Android version. Unfortunately, we do not have a definitive timeline for the release of Android 11 on these phones. Further, there are chances that a device not mentioned here might also receive the update.

What can be said for sure is that Android 11 will indeed begin rolling out this year itself for some of the T-Mobile-branded phones mentioned in the list. But we will have to wait a while for more official updates from the carrier on the matter.

In the meantime, you can check out our Android 11 update trackers for Xiaomi, Vivo, Huawei/Honor, OnePlus, and Realme.

NOTICE: We’ve compiled a comprehensive Android 11 update tracker for all the major OEMs and carriers, and will be updating it continuously. Apart from that, we’re also maintaining a separate Android 11 tracker for the big 4 US carriers.

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Dwayne Cubbins
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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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