Google Pixels To Receive Android O Update In August

Google had officially announced the next Android 'O' Beta during the 10th annual Google I/O developer conference and Android handset users can't wait to upgrade their devices. However, if you own a Google Pixel or Nexus series, then no need to wait any longer! Based on the leaked tip, Google Pixels will be the first to receive Android O in August.

The information came to fore in the form of a recent tweet, where David Ruddock‏ from AndroidPolice, says the official OTA to Android O for Pixel will likely drop in the first week or two of August. A bit earlier than Nexuses / Nougat last year.

He also mentions that the information is derived from 'a reliable source.'

The latest Android Beta was initially announced by Google on the official Android web page earlier prior to the Google keynote session.


Though we derive an idea about the expected features to be found in the Android O Beta version, the decipher of the 'O' still remains a mystery. However, considering Google's fondness for desserts, it is not hard to guess that the 'O' could stand for something related to the sweetness. And our most appropriate guess will be 'Oreo'. Let's wait for it!

Android O will bring more virtual experience to the display along with improved battery life and security. The new operating system will also bring in a lot of enhancement to the device in terms of screen clarity, the faster functioning of apps and many others.

The successor of Android Nougat, triggered sensation among the users when it was hinted by Google on the first place. The Android O Developer Preview was unveiled in March for Google's high-end smartphones including Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel and Pixel XL. Ever since people have been waiting to learn more about the update.


While it has now been unofficially confirmed that Google Pixels will be the first to receive the Android update by August, there are also a series of other devices including HMD Global's Nokia 6, OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T  lined up which will be upgraded to the latest Android O Beta operating system. Read here 'Android ‘O’ Is Here & It Vows To Impress You: Everything We Know So Far', to know more about the latest OS.

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