Google is launching the latest Android 11 beta
Google is launching the latest Android 11 beta

Google announced today, Thursday, that it will launch the third and final beta version of Android 11 in preparation for the release of the final stable version of the system in the coming weeks.

Since Android achieved platform stability in the second beta released last month, most of the changes in the third beta are fixes and improvements. A Google spokesman said: "This beta should help developers finish their apps in preparation for Android 11."

Google released its first developer preview in February, then the second edition in March, and the third version in April. The first experiment was originally scheduled for May, but the company released the fourth preview version, which is intended for developers only. At the moment, it is slated to be published in June.

Usually, the first beta version of the new Android is presented at the annual Google I / O developer conference. However, due to the occurrence of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the event was canceled.

Despite the delay, Google continues to insist that Android 11 will be officially available in the third quarter of the specified date, but the search giant has hinted that the new date may be postponed to September 8.

The third beta of Android 11 can be obtained through Android beta software or downloaded directly. Then Google sends the OTA antenna update to the previous version users.

This release contains the latest version of the SDK, which contains system images for Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL, Pixel 3A, Pixel 3AXL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL phones and will be available to mobile users soon. (Pixel 4i) and the official Android Emulator.


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