The Biggest Change in Android 11 Isn’t a New Feature
Google is obviously expected to take the wraps off the next version of Android later this year, and as it turns out, we’re closer to the debut of the preview program than we think.
The Mountain View-based search giant has recently dropped a hint that the very first developer preview is just around the corner, despite the fact that traditionally, Google releases the first developer preview in March. The company typically provides an in-depth look at what’s changed in every new version of Android at the I/O event in May.
But this time, Google not only that teases the developer preview early, but also one big change happening in this version of Android.
The next version of the operating system is very likely to drop the letter codenames, as the Google tease refers to Android update as “Android 11.”
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This isn’t necessarily something surprising given that Android Q ended up being called Android 10, but on the other hand, Go… (read more)