According to a video spotted by Android Police, Google will launch the first Android 11 during a live stream on June 3rd, as the company had officially announced on its developer website.
Since its developer conference, Google I/O, was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the launch of the latest Android public beta was delayed, from March to June.
“Connectivity, controls, safety, security, productivity, accessibility” are the keywords for the company’s live stream conference, which will be a great opportunity for announcing products and updates like adding a screen recording feature or improving app permissions.
During the conference, people will be able to interact through a Q&A session held by Vice President Dave Burke and Senior Director of Product Management Stephanie Cuthbertson and tweet their Android 11 questions to @AndroidDev using the hashtag #AskAndroid.
We can expect the Android 11 to arrive with some smashing new features, like the “one-time permission,” feature for apps that only need to access specific data, or the Scoped Storage feature for improved security and better storage management.