Official Android 11 logo is now out along with the first Android 11 developer preview release available for Google Pixel phones. Google, this year, has launched its annual Android version upgrade a bit early. Further, following last year’s new naming standard, Android 10 is being replaced by Android 11 — not a letter denomination as we have seen in iterations such as Android Pie. Also, through the ahead given link, you can download Android 11 official logo in multiple formats.
The logo itself is inspired from an analogue dial, something you might see on audio amplifiers and car stereos. The idea behind it is, Android 11 turns it up a notch, further than 10 — as signified by 10 dots shown. The color scheme utilizes different shades green along with orange used for the lettering.
Here is the new Android 11 Logo:
This official Android 11 logo will come in handy for publishers, development companies and or, individual developers to utilize on their websites and blogs. We have added the official logo in two formats ahead and in the highest resolution to ensure sharpness.
Download Android 11 Logo (PNG / SVG)
For easy downloading, ahead we have attached a single file which contains Android 11 logo in SVG as well as PNG format.
Android Logos from the Past
Google has been known to create some great around its Android releases. While Android 11 has its own unique character, here are some logos from previous releases:
For users who have been following Android for some time would know how Google used to name their Android revisions after desserts and had a name according to English alphabet sequence. Unfortunately, that is no more, Google has decided to go with a more simpler version number name.
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