Android O May Be Called Oatmeal Cookie

Android O May Be Called ‘Oatmeal Cookie’

Android O was divulged in March this year, and Google featured a large number of its highlights at I/O in May later on. The new Android form is in its third designer see, and the naming of ‘O’ is as yet a secret. Google, as usual, will discharge the name not long from now, however, forecasts and holes on what it could be, have just begun to surface on the web.

Inward source code has uncovered (first spotted by Myce) that Android O could be known as the ‘Android Oatmeal Cookie’. Confirmation was found in Android’s source code where notices of ‘oc-dev’ have sprung up on a few events. A standout amongst the most prominent confirmations is the point at which the code expresses that Google Pixel is running on Android O Developer Preview or ‘oc-dev’. This ‘oc-dev’ codename could remain for oats treat. We make this assumption, as the word ‘cereal treat’ sprung up at Google I/O too, in one of the slide introductions in May.

Android O is not Oreo

While these bits of proof are solid, Google could name Android 8.0 something totally unique. Android O is additionally to a great extent supposed to be called Android Oreo, and this could be exceedingly conceivable if Google accomplices with the organization to do a cross-advancement of sorts, something that we saw with Android KitKat.

The most recent see affirmed the Android rendition to be Android 8.0, something that was kept under wraps when Android O was first reported. The organization dropped the principal engineer see work of the following real Android discharge in March, and the second designer see was out at I/O 2017 a month ago. The organization discharged Developer Preview 3 with the last Android O APIs toward the beginning of June. Google has said that there will be another discharged in July which will bring “close last framework pictures.” Google says that the most recent see fabricate incorporates the most recent variant of the Android O stage with the last API level 26 and several bug fixes and enhancement.


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