We’re about to start the Android 21 Developer Preview (beta) which is the second stage of the Android 7.1.1 update rollout.
While we’ll have some hands-on time with the Android 11.0.1 beta in the coming weeks, we’re not going to be getting into the details of how it works yet.
The Android 6.0 Marshmallow release has had plenty of leaks, so we know the beta process works exactly the same as in the Marshmallow update.
The first stage of Android 7, meanwhile, is scheduled to arrive on March 23, which means the second Android 7 release is set to come in just a few days.
The Android 7 Developer Preview will be released with Android 7 Beta 2, which is a preview release which is meant to be used for testing and feature testing.
The Beta 2 release includes the first Android 7 apps that will appear on Android 7 devices.
If you have a device running the Beta 2 version of Android, you’ll be able to install the latest version of the apps via the Play Store.
There’s no Android 7 beta for Samsung devices, but you’ll get a free update if you’re on one of Samsung’s Galaxy devices, such as the S8.