Google has released the second beta of the next version 11 of the Android operating system, with which the software has reached the so-called
Google has released the second public beta of the upcoming version 11 of the Android operating system, Google, to a stable state, meaning that the company will not make any significant changes to it until the final release. Based on the release list, the software has achieved the so-called platform stability state, ie from now on, no significant changes will be made to the code that will significantly affect the work of developers optimizing their applications for the new system.
The first public beta of Android 11 was released a month ago, with another beta scheduled to be released by Google, which will also be a candidate for release. The final version of the operating system may be released sometime in the third quarter, expected in early September. free! meetup series in ONLINE format
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