The official release date for the public beta version of Android 11, the next version of the Google app, is already known. It will be out next Wednesday, June 3 through direct use through its website and YouTube channel.
It's been a few weeks download the developer program (which is already in its fourth edition), but now the company has announced that the beta version will come with the following video:
It is true that the video does not provide much detail, but the narrator warns that there will be news, updates and announcements on communications, controls, security, productivity, accessibility and much more about what they can't say yet.
Google typically makes these kinds of announcements at its annual Google I / O event. The 2020 edition was supposed to take place this week, from May 12 to 14, but it was
We are waiting to know if it will be used again for the new launch Google Pixel 4a, though the new Android will be the center. In fact, anyone who wants can just post questions via Twitter using the hashtag #AskAndroid.
It looks like Android Vice President of Engineering Dave Burke and Executive Director of Product Management and Android Stephanie Cuthberston will lead the open-ended questionnaire.