Android 11 is the next major version of the operating system that Google is developing and launching for phones around the world, and good news has come for users all over the world. Google has released the second beta of Android 11 for application developers and told them that it has achieved its goals in terms of stability in the operating system, which is exactly what the world wanted.
Android 11 it has practically reached the point where Google will make very few changes to the operating system before launch, so developers can start preparing their applications for it. Google has announced that it will release a new beta somewhere in the coming weeks and then launch the final version of Android 11, so that developers can start preparing the applications to be released now.
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Android 11 has announced by a Google manager a release date that should have been set for September 8, so almost two months from now. The long distance allows Google to solve any problems that may be discovered with the new version of the operating system, although it is still unlikely to be about who knows what very important thing, which can effectively delay the launch in the form of the final.
Android 11 will be released by Google on September 8, but will be available in phones around the world only when the rest of the phone manufacturers want to offer it. This means that Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, Vivo, OPPO, etc., will offer the update only somewhere in October, November or later, depending on how they complete the process of preparing Android 11 to be distributed in their phones.
Android 11 the presentation had been postponed twice by Google due to Coronavirus and US violence, but now everything has “gone in a straight line” for launch in September.