Android Police has left a hint that the next Android installment, Android and may come early next week
Android O has been under development for some time now, with four developer beta builds available for those who want to get a taste of it. However, there is no official information about when it will be launched and what the ‘O’ will be. According to a tweet from David Rudak (Managing Editor of Android Police) on Wednesday, the official update to Android O is set to drop within a week. According to PhoneArena, David is a reliable source and he does not confuse it. He first claimed it in early June, citing a source who claimed it was reliable.
David tweeted that Pixel should get official Android and updates within a week. “I have no idea what it means to have a damn name for Android O,” he tweeted. David further mentioned in his tweet that the Android update may be pushed further, which means it may not come next week.
I will be looking for the official Google Pixel Android and update to land in about a week. It may be pushed, but that is now AFAIK’s timeline.
– David Rudak (RDR0b11) August 2, 2017
However, you should take these rumors with a grain of salt because without any official information, we cannot be completely sure about Android and Launch. If they think there’s more work to be done for the update, Google could push the updates further Although it seems to be suitable for Android and launch time. Last year, on August 22, Google launched Android 7.0 Nougat for its Nexus devices. So it may be time to launch Google Android O this month.
Even if it is released on Android this month, don’t expect it to reach your handsets without Google Pixel. The launch next week could mean that many flagship handsets will receive the Android O update before the end of the year. The update is usually published for other phones a few months or more later if they accept it. You can learn more about the latest Android O developer preview here.