In America, Google Delays the Launch of Android 11
If usually a technology event is delayed due to a COVID-19 pandemic, this time it is not. The tech giant Google reportedly delayed the launch of Android 11 due to riots in the United States that were the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd.
Whereas before, the agenda entitled “What’s new in Android” and “All things privacy in Android 11” would be virtually introduced on June 3, 2020.
Although there is no mention of the reason for the delay, the official Twitter account @AndroidDev only states that the launch of Android 11 is not the right time to hold a celebration.
“We postponed the June 3 event and the beta launch (Android 11). We will tell you more about Android 11 in the near future,” wrote the Android Developers account.
Proclaimed Cnet , on Monday (01/06/2020), beginning 11 Android launch event will be attended by the vice president of Android engineering, Dave Burke and director of product management, Stephanie Cuthbertson as the speaker.
Google hasn’t confirmed when the event will be rescheduled. But according to Google, this delay will not change the launch schedule for the final version of Android 11, which is planned for the third quarter of 2020.
The release of the Android 11 beta will reportedly include the final API SDK and NDK versions. Then the beta version 2, which is planned to be released in July, is targeted to be stable, alias has no meaningful bugs. Then the release of the beta version 3, which is the final version, will be done in August.
Google itself has released an Android 11 developer preview version. From this version, there are some new features that will be brought, such as the default screen recording and notification history.