Google has just announced that they will be unveiling their next Android OS update on August 21st at 2:40 PM ET. The unveiling will take place as a livestream event in New York City.
So far, here's all we know about Android O:
- Right now, people aren't sure whether or not to believe Google really plans on calling this latest OS update as Android "Oreo." But based on the video filename Google recently posted on Google+, it could be likely. Unless someone at Google is trolling everyone.
- The latest Android OS update comes with a change on its notification panel as well as an optimization software that promises to improve battery life across devices.
- After several months of having a developer preview, Android O will be available on the official release of devices like the Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Google Nexus 5X, Google Nexus 6P, and many more.
- There's also a chance Google could announce a new product alongside the launch of the latest Android OS update.
August 21st coincides with the solar eclipse, which is happening on the same day. So right before the launch starts, there's the solar eclipse to look out for. Will you be waiting for the eclipse too?