Google Inc., affiliated with “Alpha Bit”, said on Saturday that it has postponed the launch of the beta version of the Android 11 system for mobile phones, which was scheduled for next week.
The decision came in light of the protests and unrest in the United States.
Google said in a message on its website to develop the Android system: “We are eager to inform you more about Android 11, but this is not the time to celebrate.”
The site stated that the launch was scheduled to take place online on Wednesday.
He explained in a tweet that he would announce more details about the new version of Android soon, without mentioning specific dates.
Protests erupted across the United States after the death of an African-American citizen, George Floyd, from Minneapolis, by a policeman who had his knee on his neck for some time, which necessitated his transfer to the hospital where he breathed his last.