It is slated to take place on June 3, giving the internet giant an opportunity to showcase the first public beta of the next big version of Android and the fancy new capabilities it has on offer for smartphone users around the world.
When Google will release final, stable build of Android 11
The Beta 1 scheduled for June will be followed by Beta 2 (for reaching platform stability) and Beta 3 (for final testing) in July and August, respectively. You can expect the final release somewhere around September. To recall, Android 10 was launched on September 3.
Along with this, Google has also scheduled a three-day digital conference, from June 30 to July 2, to bring web developers together to learn about the latest, most helpful updates to Google Search, Chrome, modern web techniques, and more.