Google revealed the exact release date of the first public beta of Android 11 – the next version of the company’s mobile OS will be available on June 3. An online presentation is planned for this date, in the framework of which the full announcement of Android 11 will take place. The official video invitation was published on the Android Developers channel on YouTube.
Recall that the first beta version of Android 11 for developers was released back in February and the final assembly of Android 11 Developer Preview 3 became available about two weeks ago before moving into the open beta testing phase
All previous years, Google held a presentation of each next version of Android as part of the May Google I / O Developer Conference, but this year the conference, like many other major industry exhibitions and events was cancelled for all the well-known reasons. As part of the presentation, Google will tell us new details about the key innovations of Android 11. On the same day, the first beta version of Android 11 will be released.
In the teaser, Google promises as part of the broadcast “news, updates and announcements” in terms of “communication, control, security, privacy, performance, accessibility” and much more. The early builds of the Android 11 developers indicated that Google was working on improving application permissions and finally adding the function of recording video from the screen. Also, Android 11 should bring the ability to save videos recorded on the camera larger than 4 GB in one file and support for “seamless updates” by default.
In addition to announcements related to Android 11, the upcoming stream from Google will also include Q&A sessions with Android Vice President Dave Burke and Senior Product Management Director Stephanie Cuthbertson. Apparently, this information was indicated on the corresponding page of the official website for developers, which is no longer available.