Google’s most used strategy when it comes to new releases is to always keep everything inside the family at first. Because Google is one of the most prominent and prolific tech companies in the world, it also has a very wide range of products, which allows for this strategy to work. Now that it’s almost time for Android O to come out, it seems that Google is going to keep true to their pattern and do the same thing for the release. What are we talking about? Keep reading to find out.
The Date Is Set
Although Google still hasn’t announced anything official yet about the release of Android O, a very reliable source just leaked some major info on the event. It seems that the launch event for Android O is planned in the August 21 weekend. In fact, it might even take place on August 21, 2017 exactly. If you’ve got a calendar on hand, then you already know that August 21 is next Monday. So either Android O will come this weekend or on Monday exactly. Seeing as how Android Nougat first came out on August 22nd last year, this seems more than likely to happen.
And in true Google fashion, it seems that the first phones to get Android O after August 21st will be the Pixel and the Pixel XL, as well as the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P. And then Android O will allegedly roll out to other devices in the shortest time possible, because Google doesn’t want it to roll out ever so slowly like Nougat did. Thus, the company fixed the major issue behind this, which is amazing. What do you think? Do you think the information in this leak is reliable? Let us know in the comment section below.