After the release of the third Developer Preview of Android 11, everyone was sure that this would be the latest developer preview and that Google would begin rolling out the first beta of the new version of the green robot in March.
Conviction that instead was denied by BigG itself, which has just released the fourth Developer Preview of Android 11, adding that the beta of the next OS version has been postponed to next month.
The first Android beta update will be released in June, instead of the version scheduled for May. Google has chosen to organize an event for the occasion – which will be called "Android 11: The Beta Launch Show" and will be held on June 3 – where they will be introduced new features for Android 11. The event will obviously be held only in online mode, given the strict provisions following the coronavirus emergency that has already forced the Mountain View giant to cancel the Google I / O.
On June 3, Google will present Android 11 features related to connectivity, control, security, safety, productivity and accessibility. In the event, which will last about an hour, there will also be a question and answer session with the vice president of Android, Dave Burke and Google's Senior Director of Product Management, Stephanie Cuthbertson.
In addition to the first beta version of Android 11, Google has also provided a roadmap where the release dates of subsequent beta are clarified. Android 11 Beta 2 it will be made official in July, while the third beta confirmed in August. According to the California-based company itself, the final version of Android 11 will arrive in the third quarter of 2020, probably between late August and early September.