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The Android 11 Beta release scheduled for next week has been postponed by Google.

This is most likely the company showing solidarity with those affected by the events transpiring in NY, where riots what broken out in protest of the alleged killing of George Floyd.

We had been looking forward to hearing a lot more about Android 11 this coming Wednesday, June 3 - and maybe trying it out - but Google has now chose to push back the launch of the public beta. This was definitely a push from the server, so there's no need for a new version of Google Maps or Android Auto to see the adjustment.

To recall, Google released Android 11 Developer Preview 1 back in February, whereas the latest Android 11 DP4 is the newest and last developer preview as per the company's Android 11 road map. The company was expected to reveal Android 11, as well as possibly the Google Pixel 4a during the event.

Google usually releases the latest public beta version of Android in May of each year, but due to the health emergency circumstances that affect everyone in 2020, the Google I / O developer conference had to be canceled, being replaced by an event in This line is now delayed until further notice, but should be held throughout June. "The Beta Launch Show", it was set to introduce new features and tweaks for Android 11, Google's next big software update for its mobile operating system. However, the launch now stands cancelled and Google will come out with a new launch date in future.

Android developers announced the delay in a tweet. We got to know about this development from an article posted on Android Authority.

Beta 3 would release in August, will include release candidate builds for final testing.

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