Published: Fri, February 14, 2020
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This Google Page Teased Possible Android 11 Early Arrival

This Google Page Teased Possible Android 11 Early Arrival

Though the page does not reveal much of Android 11 features, it does mention that the software will include "stronger protections for user privacy" as well as "extended support for foldable". We might be really close.

Google has just pushed live a series of changes to its Developer Preview site, which makes reference to Android 11. It says you can "Try it today" and "Get Android 11" on your Pixel device through the Android Beta program, test apps, "review what's new", and more.

Android Police managed to grab a screenshot of the page before Google reverted the changes. The page does not seem to offer details on Android 11, rather contains references of it throughout. The developer preview for the previous iteration was held in March, so Google might have been sitting on the event for a while now.


Now none of the "Behavior changes" or "Privacy features" or "New features & APIs" links work. We've reached out to the company for more information, and we'll be sure to let you know if we hear anything. This was a deliberate change.

Android 10 is still fairly fresh, but it appears that work on Android 11 has already begun and it might soon be ready in its Developer Preview avatar.

Also, RIP, Android R. We completely ditching letters now in favor of numbers from day 1? Sad. You can see what it looked like below.

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