Google delays Android 11 event and beta release yet again


However, the company has made a decision to call off the event for now due to ongoing protests in the United States over the killing of George Floyd. "We'll be back with more on Android 11, soon", Google explained. The after that set up June 1 Launch Show on the internet occasion was later on delayed to June 3. We will postpone the June 3 event and the beta launchThey point out without offering a new date that it should not go too far in time, either, given that Mountain View people can not afford a longer delay due to the launch of the new operating system after the summer.

However, now the event will still be postponed for a while, not because of the pandemic- but due to the protests going on in the country. However, the launch now stands cancelled and Google will come out with a new launch date in future.

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The authorities Android Developers Twitter account went down the information, together with a quite sensible tip regarding what likely inspired the choice. More notably, users might also be able to add a camera feed to the power button menu, but how quickly the feed will refresh is still under wraps.

According to Gizmodo and 9to5Google, the Beta Launch was supposedly held using the online platform-since gatherings are not yet allowed in America. As you may already know, the death of George Floyd has put a hard hand on Minnesota. Many employees of the Mountain View company are located in the Bay Area, one of the areas affected by the protests.