Every year, before the new generation of Android goes live, beta and developer previews are released for developers to test, usually at the I/O conference around May each year. But this year’s Android 11 seems to have come earlier than usual. On February 13,media discovered that Google had suddenly launched the login page for the Android 11 Developer Preview version.
Google displays three core principles of Android 11 on its website:
1, behavior changes: system changes may affect the APP you run on Android 11.
2, privacy features – need to protect the privacy of users in your APP new protection measures.
3, new features and APIs – for foldable, shared, connected, media, NNAPI, biometrics and other APIs.
It’s no surprise that Google has explicitly mentioned folding-screen devices, and this year will be the year of the explosion of folding-screen devices, and Google needs to adapt more device forms to Android.
There was nothing exciting about the page, all the links were unclickable and even traces of Android 10 Beta were left, and Google quickly deleted the page.