Google postpones Android 11 beta release: Protests and other events in the US

Google Unlimited has delayed the release of Android 11 Beta, as protests and other events in the U.S. have been on the rise. According to Google’s previous announcement, it plans to hold an online live event on June 3 (23:00 BST) on new features of Android 11 Beta and developer concerns. As for when it will be released, officials have not mentioned it, saying only that now is not the time to celebrate.

Google postpones Android 11 beta release: Protests and other events in the US

Unlike the developer preview, beta versions are often adopted by OEMs and are geared to some models, such as Xiaomi, Vivo, OnePlus, Nokia, etc. last year, in other words, and may see the MIUI 12 intestversion based on Android 11 Beta next month.

Google typically launches software updates at I/O conferences, and sometimes new hardware products. At last year’s conference, Google launched software updates for Android and Google Search, as well as the Nest Hub Max smart display and Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL phones.

Google postpones Android 11 beta release: Protests and other events in the US

The most attractive aspect of the developer conference is that Google will announce Android 11, when more features of the new system will be available to meet you, and before that they have sent out a preview version of Android 11, the day of the launch Google will also be the first time to let more third-party models upgrade to the new system.

New features from Android 11 include the addition of a hover-free chat bubble for hole-and-waterfall screens, one-time location, microphone and camera permission, and a re-appearance of screen recordings in the system, as well as a new Motion Sense gesture to pause music.