Wednesday, September 29

Android 13 will also have the name of a dessert | Digital Trends Spanish

Until a few years ago, Android versions were mostly called by their last names: Android Froyo, Android Oreo, Android Gingerbread, and so on. To this day, Android is simply Android 11 or 12, but that does not mean that the future Android 13 does not have the name of some kind of food (or dessert, specifically).

And indeed, according to the discovery on the site of XDA Developers, Android 13 is Android Tiramisu. Although this is not confirmed by Google and it is simply a code name within the operating system code, the truth is that the new Android will certainly not be Android Tiramisu but simply Android 13.

It should be noted that the surnames of Android reached version 9.0, also called Android Pie. Later, the operating system was renamed Android 10 and although many thought that this change was because there was no recognizable dessert that began with Q, the reality is that internally, such a version of Android did have a dessert name: Fifteen Tart , or in Spanish, quince tart.

Likewise, Android 11 was Red Velvet Cake (red velvet cake) and Android 12 was codenamed Snow Cone, which corresponds to a popular frozen dessert in the United States.

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Currently, Android 12 (or also Snow Cone) is in beta mode and is expected to bring a major change in terms of the interface, with new animations, widgets, icons and other visual details that for many people are already necessary in the presentation of the operating system. There is no definite release date for the final version, but it should be expected in September this year.

It is worth wondering if Google is definitely going to abandon dessert names when the number of Android versions is greater than the number of letters of the alphabet.

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