Today, Google started updates on its developer page, Developer.Android.com, referring to Android 11.
Unfortunately, all linked pages show information about Android 10. Probably the page was not even meant to appear to the public. After all, developers usually access the Developer website.
However, the information still needs to be updated, including the list of changes present in Android 11 and the page for registering devices.
So far, none of the other texts on the page have been updated – references to it that work with "any Pixel device", plus privacy, folding and Vulkan features, are reminiscent of Android 10.
Requests to register Pixels for viewing still point to the Android 10 BETA program which is currently closed.
But the presence of the page may indicate that the launch of the first BETA version for Android 11 developers is near, although it is ahead of schedule considering last year's schedule.
It is also possible that someone was preparing the page and published it by mistake, the likelihood of this having occurred since the link to the page now shows information about Android 10 again.
Whatever the explanation, it seems that Google is already preparing everything to open the registration for the first BETA of Android 11. Google did not comment on the change. The way to wait to see how much longer it will take for the page to go back up.
One thing is certain, after Android 10 and now Android 11, we will no longer have candy names in the next versions of Android.
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