The Android 11 Beta Launch party will be livestreamed on June 3

Peter, 28 May 2020

Google delayed the Android 11 Beta launch to June 1 and scheduled a “launch show” for June 3. It will be all online, of course, as the traditional I/O event was canceled.

Below is the livestream for the event, it will start at 15:00pm UTC and will last an hour. It will focus on the new features in Android 11 and what’s new for developers.

Google will also publish 12 “binge-worthy” talks on Android, starting with the basics (What’s new and What’s new in System UI) and covering many topics for developer and the Google Play ecosystem.

If you’re hoping that Google will finally announce the Pixel 4a at the launch event (the Pixel 3a was unveiled at I/O 2019), then you’re probably in for disappointment – the 4a is not expected until mid-July according to unofficial info. There were some rumors of an early June launch, but Google never officially confirmed anything.


Reader comments

  • Charlie welton
  • 29 May 2020
  • qpE

can android samsung users update the android 11 beta on june 3rd will it work

They should name it 10.2 or 10.4 I mean they don't have anything noteworthy to call it 11

  • Anonymous
  • 29 May 2020
  • atf

Nope. Might be the upcoming Note 20s.

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