Recently we reported that Google might be planning to release the official name of Android O on 21st August and also the rumors suggested that Android O will officially be called as Android Oreo. It turns out that all the rumors were true as Google just announced the 8th version of Android which will be called as Android Oreo.
— Android (@Android) August 21, 2017
The company has a long history of naming Android versions after sweets or sweet foods and have continued their legacy with the latest version of Android. You can head below to check out the official reveal of Android O.
Also below is the official video reveal of Android Oreo which talks about better security, more power and smarter than the older versions. Check out the video of the same below.
Along with the name, Google also announced that Android Oreo is available today via Googleâ€™s Android Open Source Project. OTA rollout is expected to arrive first to Pixel and Nexus devices, with builds currently in carrier testing. We still don’t have details of the official rollout of the Oreo update for other devices but we will update as soon as we get details on the same. For now, head to the comments section below to let us know your thoughts on the latest version of Android and as usual stay tuned for more news.
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