Download Android 11 Stock Wallpapers from Google Pixel

Google has recently released the first batch of Android 11 Public Beta officially after a couple of postponed dates. Android 11 is a successor version of the last year’s Android 10 and it brings plenty of new features or other improvements that users will gonna love so much. The Android 11 Beta is now available for Pixel 2 or above Pixel models. Here we’ve shared the link to download Android 11 Stock Wallpapers that have been extracted from Google Pixel.

Meanwhile, some other smartphone OEMs are also on the list of software development of the Android 11 for its eligible devices like Xiaomi, Realme, OnePlus, Oppo, and more. Now, talking about the stock wallpapers, if you’re eagerly awaiting for the cool new stock wallpapers, then you can check this article to download and install the wallpapers pack.

There are three stock wallpapers available online that you can download from the link below. These are the leaked wallpapers or you can say custom made crafted wallpapers that can be used as the Android 11 wallpapers on any of the smartphones. All three wallpapers are in 1440 pixels and can be fit on any smartphones having an 18:9 aspect ratio or above.

Download Android 11 Stock Wallpapers from Google Pixel

Google just recently released the first official Android 11 OS update to the public repository. This comes to the Google Pixel series for now. However, for the open-source nature of the operating system, the source code is also publicly available. So OnePlus becomes the first OEM manufacturer to release Android 11 for OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro based on Oxygen OS 11. Here is the first official stock wallpaper from Android 11.

Download Android 11 Stock Wallpapers from Google Pixel

As mentioned all the three wallpapers are designed to look good on Android 11 running devices and other devices too. If you’re looking for the stunning but minimal wallpapers, then you’re in the right place. Thanks to Arthwork for sharing a gorgeous wallpaper.

Download Link

Steps to Set Wallpapers

  • Download and extract the file on your handset.
  • Next, go to the extracted wallpaper folder.
  • Choose and set a specific wallpaper as the home screen or lock screen easily.
  • Enjoy!

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Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Subodh is from Kolkatta. He has been covering Windows, Apple and Android news and guides on RMG network

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