Google cancels the on-ground Google I/O 2020 developer conference in fears of the spread of the Coronavirus. It announced that an online launh of Android 11 will take place, that will enable Google to show its next gen OS of mobiles – Android. This online event was schedule for next week on 3rd June, but the company has just revealed that the event has been postponed. Android 11 Online Launch are postponing.
In an Official Tweet from Android Developers, Google says it is not time to celebrate in reference to the police brutality in the US. The Android 11 unveil, as well as the first beta release, has been postponed indefinitely. Google will announce a new date for the Beta Show in the coming weeks. Google recently reveals the showcase plan for the event. An hour-long keynote session, describing the new features of the Android 11 followed by a Q&A session and a number of dev talks.
The COVID-19 outbreak has already seen Google delay its Android 11 launch plans. An unscheduled Developer preview 4 with minor fixes rolled out at the start of May. Now, it looks like the official release for the next version of Android could either be delayed or the number of beta releases will be cut down for a timely stable launch.
Android 11 Online Launch Android 11 brings features like a revamped notification center, chat bubbles, wireless debugging, screen recorder, and a lot more. If you want to test out the new features, they can be found in the dev preview for Pixel devices. We will bring you more updates on Android 11 release plans in the coming weeks. So, stay tuned for more information.