Developer preview has revealed many new features in Android 11 such as native screen recording, motion sense gestures and notification history functionality.
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. The after that set up June 1 Launch Show on the internet occasion was later on delayed to June 3. The original Google I/O show which was scheduled to happen on May 12-14 was canceled due to the coronavirus lockdown. "We will be back soon with more information on Android 11", we read in a post of the official Android Developers Twitter account. Seems our excitement is short-lived as Google has officially announced the postponement of the event.
As of now, Google has not yet announced the exact date of the rescheduled Android 11 Beta Launch. The addition of Google Pay for Quick Controls ties in nicely with the function that was introduced to Pixel owners back in March. Well, the company is located in the Bay area. Moreover, it will include talks on topics related to many other features from Google.
The company hasn't mentioned any specific reason for delaying its Android beta release event but it is clear that the reason is the ongoing protests staged in different parts of the country.
Beta 2 would release in July, will reach Platform Stability with this release. However, what's sure is that the final release date of Android 11 will be happening in the third quarter of this year.