Canadian mobile operator Rogers has revealed that Android 10 may fall on Tuesday, September 3 for existing Google Pixel range devices. All eight of them are included: the original Pixel and Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. What Google has done with the previous three versions – Android 7 “Nougat”, Android 8 “Oreo” and Android 9 “Pie”, later than released in early September – were all officially released in August. .
9to5Google was the first place to mention Rogers on Tuesday, September 3, as the launch date for Android 10 in any of its other support pages. Rogers has gotten rid of it, but naturally, 9to5Google was quick to screenshot it before it didn’t disappear, as in these cases. As you can tell from the image below, Rogers referred to the new September 3 Android update as “Q OS”, a reference to Android 10’s earlier name – Android Q.
In a halt from tradition, Google decided to dig up dessert-themed monikers for new versions of its smartphone software – Android 10 was reportedly called Android Queen Cake, the current and longest-running British emperor Queen Was named after Elizabeth II – and only goes back to the number, which has been used in parallel from the beginning. It brought Android in line with Apple’s iOS, which has been the number since the beginning.
Android 10 is expected for the Pixel phone on Tuesday. It will also ship with the new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, which should be launched in October, as it has been in the last three years. Other manufacturers have not yet announced Android 10 release dates for their devices category. Interestingly, OnePlus is also set to launch Android 10 for the same day in OnePlus 7 ₹ 32,999 and OnePlus 7 Pro Plus 48,999, but, the authenticity of that information is not yet known. is.