After the launch of the ultimate version Android Nougat in August 2016, now we are waiting for the same time frame in 2017 for the launch of Android O. However, we are unsure about its name. Here in this post, we are going to discuss some rumours related to the name and release date of Android O.
Google has always named its Android OS updates alphabetically, following Android Alpha and Android Beta. Till now, we have had Android Cupcake, Android Donut, Android Éclair, Android Froyo, Android Gingerbread, Android Honeycomb, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Android Jelly Bean, Android KitKat, Android Lollipop, Android Marshmallow, and Android Nougat.
Thereby, in 2017, we’ll be looking for a sweet treat starting with O. This could come up with Oatcake, Orange or Oreo
Google has given the Android Marshmallow version 6.0 and Android Nougat 7.0. Therefore, it can be assumed that the Android O will be Android 8.0.
We expect that the UK release date of Android O might be August/September 2017. Will your phone get Android O?
Google will support the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X until September 2017, thus, both phones might get next year’s Android O. If you have latest smartphone or tablet from Motorola, LG, HTC, Sony or Samsung, then you’ll see the update rolled out within first few months of 2018. According to Motorola, the Moto G4 Plus will get Android Nougat and Android O. If you’re having a budget model, then you might never get Android O.
So, what do you think the upcoming version of Android will be named? Do you have any name on your mind? Then, do not forget to share with us in the comment section mentioned below. If we get further any rumour or confirmation regarding Android O, we’ll definitely let you know.