Google lets slip Android 11 details months before release date, here's what we know
Feb. 16, 2020
GOOGLE has accidentally let slip details on its as-yet unannounced Android upgrade, which will be known as Android 11. Here's everything we know.
And any hope of a reversal of this policy has been scuppered by the latest leak, which shows that Google plans to plough-on with the numbers. Android 11 will follow Android 10, most likely in August - provided the company follows the release schedule established in previous years.
If Google is planning to push-out an early beta version of Android 11, it would be much sooner than last time around. The first beta version of Android 10, which was referred to as Android Q back then, launched on March 13,
Whatever the explanation for the appearance of the Android 11 branding on the developer website, it seems Google is gearing up for some Android 11 changes.
We're likely to find out a truckload of information on the new operating system at Google's annual developer conference, known as Google IO, which will be held Tuesday May 12 to Thursday May 14, 2020.
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