The event will also see the public launch of the Android 11 Beta.
With Google’s I/O event officially canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will still go ahead with a virtual launch online that will be the introduction of Android 11, which will also be available as a public beta on the same day.
“While the circumstances prevent us from joining together with you in-person at Shoreline Amphitheater for Google I/O, our annual developer conference, we’re organizing an online event where we can share with you all the best of what’s new in Android,” the company said in an earlier statement.
This event is now officially called the ‘#Android11: the Beta Launch Show’. The hour-long presentation will dive into the new features of Android 11, where developers got early access a few months back. The event will be shortly be followed by a live Q&A session using the #AskAndroid on Twitter.
On June 3rd, everyone who has a compatible device will get to sign up and download the Android 11 Beta before it officially launches later this year.