Google Android users have been watching for the modern version of the cellular running gadget to drop for some months, however they could sooner or later have a set launch date for Android O. thru Twitter, VentureBeat’s Evan Blass stated Saturday Android O is slated to pop out later this month.

whilst Google has but to verify a difficult release date for Android O, the information also strains up with previous hypothesis about the running system’s release date. remaining week, Android Police’s David Ruddock had a chain of tweets on Android O and its release details. Ruddock to start with said that Google might deliver a complete call for Android O on Aug. 21. On Twitter Friday, Ruddock also followed up with a slated Aug. 21 launch date for Android O.

Google has been further tight-lipped about the reputable call for Android O. however, rumors have widely stated that the working system can be named Oreo, which follows beyond Android names about candy or chocolates. Plus, there’s additional precedent for naming Android iterations after brand-name sweet. For 2013’s Android four.four KitKat, Google hammered out an settlement with KitKat discern employer Nestlé.

the search giant to start with introduced Android O at its Google I/O developers conference in advance this year. The replace will include a collection of recent updates for Google Android users, together with photograph-in-picture playback, improved overall performance and new emojis. in the interim, there’s been little confirmation on if the sun eclipse will tie into Google’s Android O release in any respect — most rumors have started and stopped on Oreos and the sun each being spherical — however hypothesis approximately Android O being named Oreo was additionally hinted at in a February 2017 tweet from Google govt Hiroshi Lockheimer

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