#Google Is Moving To Launch Android O On August 21………..




Google is moving to release the new version of Android operating system version 8.0, Android O , next week, August 21, according to Ivan Blas, , And coincides with the date of the solar eclipse in the United States, which may help Google to organize an outdoor show to celebrate the release of the version.

Google unveiled a new version of its Android O operating system in March and has since launched several general beta versions of developers, and all system users are waiting for the official release date.

The company’s new Android E is initially launched for users of Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P from 2015, Nexus Player, Google Pixel C, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, to be received by the rest of Android device users and their manufacturers.

The gigantic search for the official name of the version that will leave the Android version 7.0 called “Noga”, with speculation about Oatmeal, Oreo, or octopus, makes it move from the dessert range to the water mollusks.

The final release comes after the company launched four developer previews, the latest of which was only two weeks ago. The latest trial includes many new features and enhancements, including better security options, enterprise Treble, improved application performance, boot times and other general improvements. .

The Android 7.0 version of Noga finally came to light on August 22, 2016, making the date of August 21 suitable for the final version of the new version. Google had previously partnered with Kit Kat to carry the Android version of the KIT KAT Android KitKat.

The promotions included pieces of Kat Kat’s chocolate-covered wafer and a large KitKat Android promotional pad placed outside Google’s headquarters, allowing the company to re-engage with Oreo.

According to the latest figures, 85 percent of all Android smartphones have yet to receive a version of last year called Noga, where it depends on the hardware manufacturers, which in turn get the raw version of Google and modify them in proportion to Devices…



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