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Android 12 might debut on October 4th

Android 12 has taken longer to bake than a lot of its predecessors, however the finish might lastly be in sight. XDA editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman claims Google plans to launch the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) model of Android 12 on October 4th. As the company typically releases polished public releases concurrently AOSP, that hints Pixel homeowners might get their improve beginning that day.

If the timing holds up, this additionally units expectations for the Pixel 6 launch. Google cannot actually ship its new range-topping telephones with out Android 12, so it is unlikely to formally debut the Pixel 6 earlier than that date. We would not be shocked if the {hardware} solely surfaced someday later in October.

Be ready to attend for those who aren’t utilizing a Pixel. While some telephone makers are usually fast and launch main Android updates inside weeks, many others take months. Samsung did not begin deploying Android 11 till December 2020, three months after Google formally launched the OS. As a lot as Google has accomplished to shorten replace delays with efforts like Project Treble, it nonetheless takes time for firms to each adapt Android to heavily-customized interfaces and take a look at the software with prospects and carriers.

The Android 12 secure replace could also be launched on October 4, as that is when Google plans to launch to AOSP. This tentative launch date was additionally talked about by a 3PL.

— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) September 12, 2021

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