People have had their eyes on the big Android 11 reveal by Google but they'll have to wait. According to a tweet by the official account of Android Developers, 'now is not the time to celebrate.'
The tweet didn't say anything about the official launch date of Android 11 public beta nor the reasons for the delay was stated, but we can assume that it is because of the unrest and protests in the United States as a result of George Floyd's death. The full launch of Android 11 was scheduled to be in the third quarter of this year but we can't say anything about when exactly it would happen.
Google usually informs people about the release of new versions of Android in the IO developer conference held in May every year, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was scheduled to be held online but then was canceled entirely.
The developer preview comes after the public beta version that anyone can test which was scheduled to be released on June 3 but after Google decided to push the finished version of the OS a couple of months later before the release of its Pixel phones, we'll have to wait.
The latest developments have left a question mark of the schedule, and even though we know a little about what to expect, we can't be certain about when we will see Android 11 come to life.