Android 10 has not yet reached all smartphones that have been promised the update, which are many, by the way. However, this is no impediment for Google to work on the next version of the operating system, which will be known later as Android 11
To anticipate his arrival and give way to the rumors, the Mountain View company recently hung up the Developer Preview of the OS on your website, but then withdrew it because it was due to an internal error. However, this did not go unnoticed and a screenshot could be taken from the publication.
The accident was previewed and was Android Police the portal that discovered and reported it for the first time. According to the screenshot of the Google section, very few details of Android 11 were left free to public light, so we still don't know anything specific about what Google will bring us with this version of OS.
Let's keep in mind that the developer preview for the previous iteration was done in March. Thus, In the coming weeks we should receive some information about the new firmware. This also means that in March or, later, in April we should be having the first beta for Android 10 developers. It only remains to cross our fingers for it.
Android 11 will surely be carrying a lot of improvements, benefits, optimizations and new levels of security and privacy. It would also be more suitable for folding smartphones, having more compatible functions and dedicated to folding screens. In turn, it is expected that it will first be put to order for Google Pixels, as it happened last year with Android 10.