Google has been testing Android P in the wild for quite some time now, inline with how it has done the same for last few years for major Android updates. However, the company has not yet revealed an official Android P release date except for stating that the update will be rolled out before 3rd quarter. Since Q3 begins in September, that means the launch could potentially happen anytime during this month. Of course, we don’t know exactly when.
That’s where Evan Blass (@evleaks) has come to the rescue. Evan recently tweeted this image based on the information from his sources, which suggests that Android P may be slated for a public release on August 20th 2018. At least the Pixel smartphones of the company may start receiving Android P final update from this date, which may be followed by Android One devices and then by other devices of OEMs.
If this information is correct like most of the leaks that come from him, it means that we may get to know the official ‘tasty’ sounding name of this Android update very soon. The release date also makes sense because it will leave ample amount of time for company’s teams to focus their energies on the launch of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, which are likely to be announced in October.
In addition to this, it is expected that Google would put out the official robot of this Android update on the same day at the same place where it has been keeping it for years. We’re keeping a close eye on everything and will let you know as soon as more details related to Android P release date come out from the company (or from somewhere else).
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