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.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Google was not able to host Google I/O this year. As a result, the announcement for Android 11 was delayed. However, the company didn’t wait too long before it released the first Android 11 beta build.

As expected, the beta was released for the Pixel lineup. That includes the Pixel 2/2 XL, Pixel 3/3 XL, Pixel 3a/3a XL, and the Pixel 4/4 XL. Although, a few other Android vendors announced their Android 11 plans right after Google.

Further, OnePlus went ahead and released the first Android 11 beta for its flagships, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. Within a few days, we saw the beta update arrive for 13 devices from 7 vendors. This is something that was previously unheard of.

OnePlus-8-5G
OnePlus 8

While Android vendors are beginning to speed up their update cycles, carrier-branded smartphones still get system updates later than their unlocked counterparts. It happens because carriers also test new updates before seeding it to users.

However, while the updates might be delayed, carriers such as Sprint do release them eventually. Speaking of which, Sprint which is now part of T-Mobile has a bunch of smartphones that are expected to receive the upcoming Android 11 update.

Sprint Android 11 update: Eligible devices

Most Android OEMs release at least two major Android updates for their phones with the exception of Google and OnePlus that deliver three. Taking this into account along with past trends, we’ve compiled a list of Sprint-branded smartphones that may get the Android 11 update.

  • Google Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL (Beta available)
  • Google Pixel 3a & Pixel 3a XL (Beta available)
  • Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL (Beta available)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 series
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 series
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series
  • Samsung Galaxy A51
  • Samsung Galaxy A50
  • Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A21
  • Samsung Galaxy A20
  • Samsung Galaxy A11
  • Samsung Galaxy A10e
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
  • LG G8 ThinQ
  • LG G8X ThinQ
  • LG V50 ThinQ
  • LG V60 ThinQ
  • LG Stylo 6
  • LG Aristo 5
  • OnePlus 8
  • OnePlus 7 Pro 5G
  • These are the Sprint-branded devices that might bag the upcoming Android version. It’s worth noting that this isn’t an official confirmation. Thus, there are chances that a device on the list may not receive the update due to various reasons.

    Further, it’s also possible that a device that is not present on the list may get the update. It’s also too early to provide an ETA for the update on Sprint-branded smartphones. Although, carriers do push OTA updates within a few weeks or a month after it arrives for unlocked units.

    On the note of carrier-branded phones, we’ve also created a list for T-Mobile and Verizon Android 11 eligible devices. You can even check out our Android 11 update trackers for OEMs such as 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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    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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