One step ahead, Google has already developed Android 11!
The latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Android 10, was released last September. But even though the latest update hasn’t been received by all smartphones, Google has confirmed the presence of Android 11.
This news comes together with the announcement of Google’s plan to hold the Android Dev Summit in late October.
One of the shows is titled “Preparing Scoped Storage in Android 11.” As quoted by Tech Radar via Tekno Liputan6.com.
With this news, no doubt that Android 10 will have a successor. Uniquely, Google confirmed the naming of Android 11 before its release. Because in the past, the United States technology company uses code to refer to the software to be released.
For example, Android 10 is known as Android Q, Android 9 is known as Android P, and so on.
When Android 10 was introduced, Google promised to use numeric-based naming instead of alphabetically. It seems that Google is now actually naming it numerically.
For your information, Android 10 was confirmed a few weeks before it was released. Previously, technology activists still think Google will release the latest Android with a snack name.