Google canceled Google I / O 2020 developer conference on the ground in fear of the spread of Coronavirus. It was announced that Online Beta Launch Event will replace it, allowing Google to showcase the next generation mobile OS – Android 11. The online event is scheduled for next week (June 3) but the company has just revealed that the event has been postponed.
In an official tweet from the Android Developer account, Google said that ‘Now is not the time to celebrate’ refers to national protest against police brutality against African-American citizen George Floyd in the US.
We are happy to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate. We postponed the June 3rd event and released the beta. We will be back with more on Android 11, soon.
– Android Developers (@AndroidDev) May 30, 2020
Disclosure of Android 11, as well as the first beta release, has been postponed indefinitely. Google will announce a new date for the Demonstration Beta in the coming weeks. The company recently revealed plans for a showcase for the event. An hour-long keynote session, explained New features on Android 11, followed by a question and answer session and a number of dev talks.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has made Google postpone plans to launch its Android 11. A Unscheduled Developer Preview 4 with minor improvements launched in early May. Now, it looks like the next official release for Android can be postponed or the number of beta releases will be reduced for timely, stable releases. This is what the current release schedule looks like:
Android 11 brings features such as an updated notification center, chat bubbles, wireless debugging, screen recorder, and many others. If you want to test new features, they can be found in the dev preview for Pixel devices. We will bring you more updates to the planned release of Android 11 in the coming weeks. So, keep watching for more information.
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