Google is anticipated to launch Android 10 beside Pixel 4 smartphones.
However, a new report recommends that Google can release Android 10 on September 3
Google is predicted to launch its subsequent-generation mobile OS- Android 10 – next to its imminent Pixel mobile phones- the Google Pixel 4 series in October this year. However, now the latest report recommends that Android 10 may be rolled out on older Pixel Smartphones earlier than predicted.
As per a report by Phone Arena, a California based tech giant, the Mountain View, is probably to launch Android 10 on to Pixel smartphones in the 3rd of September, 2019. The spicy information was exposed by two of the organization’s Support representatives while conversing with the folks at the publication. A Google support agent stated while responding to a query about the accessibility of Android 10 on Pixel 3a, “I would like to inform you that the Android Q will be rolled out to the devices from September 3, 2019.” The journal remarks that the Android 10 update at the time it is released next month, according to the reports, it will not merely be accessible on Pixel 3a, Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 3 smartphones however even on Pixel 2, as well as Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
Mainly, this report is supposed to be taken with a pinch of salt since Google hasn’t verified the launch date of its forthcoming mobile OS yet. Moreover, so we all will need to wait for an official verification from the organization to articulate anything for sure.
Interestingly, the report about the potential launch date of the Android 10 appears just days when the tech giant slew the buzz across its mobile operating system’s name – Android Q – by proclaiming that it was discarding the dessert names for a more straightforward nomenclature. The tradition that began with Cupcake which was released on 27 April 2009 and sustained till Pie that was released on 6th August 2018 will not be stopped in future. Google in a blog post has mentioned it has declared to leave with dessert names since it jumps to its primary double digital editions. The enterprise last week declared that Android Q would be known as Android 10.
Google mentioned in blog post declaring the change, “This next release of Android will simply use the version number and be called Android 10. We think this change helps make release names simpler and more intuitive for our global community. And while there were many tempting “Q” desserts out there, we think that at version 10 and 2.5 billion active devices, it was time to make this change.”