Alphabet: Google accidentally unveils Android 11 DP
(CercleFinance.com) - Teams from Google, the main subsidiary of the Alphabet group, clearly made a mistake last night: the official Android 11 Developer Preview website was put online and then deleted.
They were clearly not fast enough, as trade press had time to spot it and glean some information about the next version of Google's mobile operating system, which largely dominates its market.
First, there is a confirmation that Google is abandoning the "sweet" names for its operating system, meaning an end to the versions "KitKat," "Lollipop," "Nougat" - as Android 11 will be called... Android 11.
Then, the teams of the US internet giant seem to emphasize with developers (the Developer Preview site is indeed intended for developers who want to update their applications before the release of Android 11), new guarantees of privacy and new features, such as simplified sharing or optimisation for folding screens, for example.
If Google does not change its usual schedule, the first Developer Preview version is expected in March. The site therefore seems to be a bit ahead of schedule...
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