After using the four developer previews, Android O is just few steps away from us. Google’s new Android O is expected to be launch on August 21st. Since it is oxygen stopping news so the public is crazy for this.
Android O to be launch on 21st August
We might be just a few days away from getting to know the official name of Google’s next mobile operating system Android O. Android Police’s editor David Ruddock’s claims that Android O will receive a name on the day of the solar eclipse – August 21. Additionally, prolific tipster Evan Blass claims that Android O is set for a release in the week of August 21, most likely on the 21st itself.
Official Google devices that have been getting developer preview releases (and therefore will be the first devices to receive this public release) are the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from 2015, the Nexus Player, and of course the three Pixels: Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel C.
It has been expected that Google Android O will be dubbed as Android 8.0. Traditionally Google names its Android versions after a dessert, but an Octopus image,which showed up in Android O Developer Preview has got people confused. Previously it was speculated that Android O could finally be called Android Oreo or Android Oatmeal Cookie, though it looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer to find out its official name.
The new android will be an opportune for the techno geeks; people are crazy since it has been the talk of the town now days.
People can sign-up for Google’s Android O Beta from google.com/android/beta, where they’ll have to sign in with their Google account. After signing in, eligible device should be reflected on the list, and users can add this device to the Android O beta program. Before installing Android O Beta, it is advisable to backup up of all the data on phone given this isn’t the stable build.