Google is ramping up its preparations for Android 11 with the release of the third (and what’s likely to be the final) developer preview for the forthcoming major operating system update.
Android 11 DP3, which is designed strictly for developers to help prep their apps, focuses largely on bug fixes. But it’s an important step as Google prepares to launch the first public beta versions to arrive on the weeks to come.
The company has already promised us the first beta versions in May, which owners of multiple Android devices should be able to test through the summer, ahead of the release on Pixel devices during the third-quarter of the year.
So what are we seeing from a consumer perspective within the Android 11 DP3 release? 9to5Google reports the new screenshot UI, which places the…