Google executives will also ask questions about the new Android 11 live, see how to watch
O Google confirmed on Wednesday (6/5) the date of presentation of the beta version of Android 11. As Google I / O 2020 canceled, the next generation of the company's operating system will be revealed on the day June 3 at an online event. The spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) changed all the plans of the research giant, which usually presents the new versions of the Android in a face-to-face ceremony in California (USA).
For this year, the event will be totally virtual with the participation of Dave Burke, vice president of engineering at Android, and Stephanie Cuthbertson, senior director of product management. In addition to the presentation of the Android 11, both executives will answer questions from the developers live. To participate, you only need to send the question via Twitter with the hashtag #AskAndroid.
Generally, the Google presents the new versions of Android at the annual developer conference, the Google I / O. Availability happens a few months later, as happened with the Android 9 Pie it's the Android 10. Still, even with coronavirus (COVID-19) disrupting the plans of many companies, the new Android 11 should reach cell phones by the end of 2020.
How to watch the presentation of Android 11
O Google made available a website for the presentation of the beta version of Android 11. Through the Google Developers, you just need to fill out a form with your full name, email, country and select the language you want to receive the newsletters from the research giant (English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean).
Finally, just read the terms and conditions, and submit the form. If you prefer, you can also add the event to your calendar (via the Google Calendars).
Among the news that is already beginning to circulate, there are reports that Android 11 be able to prevent unwanted calls from robots, helping to prevent possible fraud. In addition, to the (possible) joy of many people, the user will be able to enable airplane mode without disabling the Bluetooth and there will also be native screen recording, in addition to a renewed notification area.
Probably, users of Android You will have more security with applications. According to the CNET portal, the new operating system will allow people to grant apps a single access to the camera, microphone and location. With that, applications will not have ample access to your data stored on the smartphone.
To better understand all of these possible features, we will have to wait for the day June 3.
Sources: CNET; Google Developers.