- Google rolls out the second beta of Android 11.
- It fixes the problem of the previous version.
- The company has announced the date of the final version.
The much-anticipated Android 11 operating system is a couple of months away from the reality but today the Mountain View company Google has rolled out the second beta version called the Android 11 Beta 2 for the beta testers and the same coming with the fixes of the problems which was found in the previous version and some other tweaks. More importantly, the company has also revealed the launch date of the upcoming Android operating system and the same will happen in September.
Android 11 Beta 2 comes with a bunch of bug fixes and the company has also made some minor changes across the user interface of the beta version. The company has solved the problems related to the gesture control behaviour along with the problem with keyboard, the new beta version also finds a solution for the audio which is no longer distorted on loudspeakers and the volume controls when the phone was set to vibrate.
Coming to the most important information, the search engine giant Google has accidentally revealed the date of the final version of Android 11. During the Hey Google Smart Home Summit the host accidentally showcased a screenshot where we can clearly see the launch date of Android 11 and the same will happen on September 8 which means that a particular date is meant for the public users to experience Android 11.
Having said that, Google has removed that particular footage from the channel but not before then some dedicated people who have obtained the screenshot which is attached above.
So let’s wait for the official announcement of the much anticipated Android 11 operating system and stay tuned with us for more interesting news from the world of technology at your fingertips.