As the latest information indicates, we are only a week away from the official release of Android 10. According to the website PhoneArena, the new version of Google's operating system will be officially launched on September 3.
The information was obtained by a user who contacted Google support. As we see in the image below, Google's independent support agents have confirmed the arrival date of the new version.
Who gets the update first
Priority is always on the side of Google devices. In this sense, who will receive the new version first are all Google Pixel already launched. It seems that even the original Pixel (released in 2016) will receive the update.
This is a surprise as Google has secured two years of system upgrades for these devices. Giving three years of system support is not surprising, but it shows commitment from the company. Below is the complete list:
- Pixel 3
- Pixel 3 XL
- Pixel 3a
- Pixel 3a XL
- Pixel 2
- Pixel 2 XL
- Pixel XL
The 10 most interesting news from Android 10
- Native Dark Mode (Night Mode)
- New navigation gestures
- Automatic subtitles (Live captations on all video)
- Enhanced Sharing Screen
- Enhanced Privacy
- New UI color customization possibilities
- Native Screen Recording
- Native "computer" mode (similar to Samsung's DeX)
- Share via QRCode
- Adaptation to folding smartphones
This is the first version of Android unnamed dessert
It was learned this week that Google will change its name strategy in the upcoming release of the operating system. Having used dessert names so far, the company will simplify and adopt only numbers. The reason is the confusion that dessert names can bring in some markets.
Confirming the information of Android 10 to 3 September, we will soon learn all the news of the final version of the operating system. In the coming months begins the rush of manufacturers to make the transition to the new version.
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