Android 11 Beta 2 has been released. Google says the release of Android 11 beta 2 has brought the operating system to a milestone: platform stability. This is a new milestone for Google’s only implementation of Android 11, and it lets developers understand how their apps work in this beta release, which is how they will work later in the stable release.
Meanwhile, somemedia have discovered that a slide at a recent smart home summit called “Hey Google” has revealed the release date of the official version of Android 11. The company presents a slide show called “Checklist for the September 8 Android 11 Launch” at the 18th minute of the video.
After several hours of spreading, the video is now out of play. Since Android 10 was released on September 3 last year, Android 9 Pie was also released on August 6, 2018. And the Android 11 beta system is in a stable phase and all new features are largely identified, so the probability of Android 11 release on September 8 this year seems high.
However, Google also responded after the incident spread, with its external media, Android Authority, saying the september 8 official release date for Android 11 was wrong. It also said it had not confirmed an official release date.