Google has a new tool you can run right in your computer's web browser to flash Android 11 on your Pixel. All you need is a USB cable and a little time on your hands, and you can be up and running in several minutes.
Google has advised against sideloading the latest Android 11 Developer Preview on devices that are running the latest June 2020 security patch. If you have a phone that is running the latest June update, you will have to manually flash the Android 11 DP4 image instead.
The Android 11 public beta is coming — just a little later than originally planned. Thanks to a new video from the Android Developers YouTube channel, it looks like the beta has been pushed back to June 3.
Google is mandating the use of A/B partition rules for all new Android devices. The change will allow for more seamless updates that allow for updates to be installed while you're using the device and then activated with a simple reboot.