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What’s the Latest Version of Android?
Android can be a source of confusion. There are many different versions, and many of them are still operating on devices today. Keeping up with the most recent version can be hard, but fret not–we’ve you covered.
A Short Android Version History
We thought it fitting to give a rundown of each Android version on the corresponding code name and release date. You know, for completeness.
Starting from Kitkat 4.4
Android 4.4-4.4.4, KitKat: October 31, 2013 (initial release)
Android 5.0-5.1.1, Lollipop: Nov 12, 2014 (initial release)
Android 6.0-6.0.1, Marshmallow: October 5, 2015 (initial release)
Android 7.0-7.1.2, Nougat: August 22, 2016 (initial release)
Android 8.0-8.1, Oreo: August 21, 2017 (initial release)
Android 9.0, Pie: August 6, 2018
As you can tell, the update system was without any kind of regularity on, but the Ice Cream Sandwich era started the yearly OS version update schedule.
Some other interesting notes:
· Honeycomb was the only tablet-specific version of Google Android, and it ran alongside the Gingerbread construct for phones. The distinct phone and pill OSes were then combined starting with Ice Cream Sandwich.
· Ice Cream Sandwich was probably the most striking update to Android to date. It not only joined the tablet and phone versions of the OS but fully overhauled the texture and look of the system.
· Google initially released developer-focused Nexus devices to highlight every Android version’s power. This eventually evolved into the consumer-focused Pixel apparatus line we’ve today.
· Android KitKat marked the very first time Google teamed with a maker for a Google Android release. They did it.
The Latest Version of Google Android is 9.0, Pie:
The initial version of Google Android Pie (9.0) was released on August 6, 2018, on Pixel devices.