Recent rumors had advanced that Google should release the final version of Android O later this week. With it about to end, and with no sign of the new version of the operating system, the great fear of users of this OS came to be confirmed.
For reasons not yet known, Google has postponed the global release of the latest version of its operating system for smartphones and tablets, Android O. Who anticipates this disappointing news is David Ruddock, a member of the Android Police website, and the same thing he said it would be this week that the new flavor would hit Pixel.
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The new version of Google's mobile operating system was introduced nearly half a year ago. Yes, it was last March that the research giant made us aware of the first Android O news.
It won't be this week that Google hands us the new Android O
After this initial presentation, a whole process of development and improvement of the entire operating system follows. The beta testers They also play a leading role in this process by testing the various trial versions released by Google.
Once you reach the fourth iteration of this operating system beta, it will be a matter of time before Google releases the final version of it. The first smartphones to receive this version will of course be the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
These are the devices developed by the Mountain View company itself and the ones running the purest Android you'll find on the market. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that these are the first to be contemplated with the new flavor.
But as Ruddock goes, holders of a Pixel smatphone will still have to wait a little longer for the new Android O. This postponement may be due to bugs and last-minute issues, but this is mere speculation.
Arriving here, we can only hope that Google will release the latest version of its operating system. This can happen at any time without any prior notice from the company.
When this happens, the good news will not be left blank and the usual means will account for what has happened. Therefore, keep an eye out for our website and social networks, because when that is justified we will return to the subject.
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