While Google has been busy testing the Android 12 beta for its Pixels over the past few months, Asus has done the same for last year’s ROG Phone 3 – only with Android 11. In fact, the game-oriented device has been blocked. on Android 10. Until today.
Asus has released a new firmware update file on its website that is finally upgrading the ROG Phone 3 from Android 10 to Android 11. However, there is a huge caveat – this is only for handsets sold in the Taiwanese market. At least for now.
The new version is labeled WW-18.0410.2105.133 and is a 2.72 GB download. It brings everything you’d expect from an Android 11 update, and on top of that, there’s a new ZenUI design with revamped built-in apps. The full change log is too large to be copied here in its entirety, but is available at the source linked below (if you click the “Show more description” button next to it).
Hopefully the rollout in Taiwan goes well and Asus decides to launch the new software in other parts of the world as well. Maybe it can do that before Google releases Android 12? We will have to wait and see.
The source| Going through