Published: Fri, February 14, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Google mistakenly teases Android 11 before taking down preview page

Google mistakenly teases Android 11 before taking down preview page

This isn't necessarily something surprising given that Android Q ended up being called Android 10, but on the other hand, Google itself seems to be jumping from one approach to another every now and then. Google reportedly updated its Android Developer website with the full developer preview for Android 11. The public beta, meanwhile, will drop only in May, and it'll be more stable than the first developer release. For example, while it makes sense for the next Android version to be called Android 11, the next-next version has previously been referred to as Android R, so it looks like that not even Google has made a final decision on this.

While the site has been reverted back to Android 10 you would expect that the first Android 11 Developer Preview would only be a few weeks away. As Android Police spotted, the dev page went live today before quickly being taken down.

It's unclear if a new Developer Preview is actually coming soon or if this was all just a big mistake. Time to dust of your Pixels and get them ready to test out some of the new goodies that Google will bring with Android 11. Privacy, foldable and Vulkan features are carried over from the Android Q days.

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Google is likely gearing up to unveil the first developer preview of Android 11 given the first preview of Android 10 was rolled out in March past year.

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