Google’s next operating system is set to be the Android version 11. This would be the latest version and we have seen many leaks about the topic. It was rumoured that Google would announce this along with the Pixel 4a at its annual Google I/O this month. Then we saw an announcement from Google that it would be on the 3rd of June. Now, we saw a tweet from Google that the company is postponing the live event until further notice. We got to know about this development from an article posted on Android Authority.
The tweet was from the Android Developer’s account.
We are excited to tell you more about Android 11, but now is not the time to celebrate. We are postponing the June 3rd event and beta release. We'll be back with more on Android 11, soon.
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) May 30, 2020
This shows that the company may be looking for a proper moment and to outlive the COVID-19 break. This has affected sales and marketing potential greatly. This is somewhere Jon Prosser comes in too. He has been getting a lot of leaks and rumours quite right lately. This is actually getting a bit creepy (No offence Jon, we love you for your work). He recently predicted that when Apple would be coming out with its latest model of the iPhone SE (quite accurately). Then, a couple of weeks ago, he predicted that the Pixel 4a launch may be delayed till Mid-July.
Perhaps he may be right once again. This is because we see this delay now and eventually the final announcement/launch maybe just during the time for Pixel 4a. We know for sure, it has to be in time for the new device. Android 11 is set to feature some exciting entries. These include native screen recording, notifications history and so much more.