As it is heard by the experts that the month of October is considered to be the busiest month for many technician companies especially for Google. These Tech giants have given the hint that they are going to have two big launches – stable Android 12 with pixel 6.
However, they haven’t officially disclosed the release date for both. Special thanks to Google document, that the users have an idea that when they will release their two big launches.
Launching Google Android 12 And Pixel 6 On October 4,
XDA Developers’ Mishaal Rahman found an internal document that lists when the stable Android 12 and Pixel 6 release dates will be. The company has released its Android operating system via its AOSP (Android Open Source Project). Although it was not mentioned, it will most likely be the final and stable Android 12 build. The official release of the version will happen this coming October 4. This release will be rolled out to Pixel devices first. The release of Android 12 has nothing to do with “the previous Android update”. It’s a completely different cycle and is very closely related to Google’s marketing strategy. Both operating system releases were around this time of the year: September 3rd of 2019 for Android 10 and September 8th of 2020 for Android 11.
If you look at it, Android 12 will be a month after the release of Android 10, and Android 11. The reason being, October is when Google plans to unveil its newest Pixel 6. The company probably wants to ship its newest handset with Android 12 out of the box already. Google also released a teaser video for the Pixel 6. The video shows the official renders of the upcoming flagship that will be announced later this year. And the video only revealed that the iPhone will be coming “this fall”.
The upcoming Pixel 6 will reportedly come with a 6.4-inch OLED display. It will feature a dual rear camera. On the one hand, the Pixel 6 Pro will have a slightly bigger 6.7-inch screen display, and triple rear cameras. As mentioned, the two devices will run on Android 12 out of the box and will be powered by Google’s new Tensor chipset.
Google Has Announced That It Will Launch Android 12 to Non-Google Phones
Like how these things go, the Pixel phones are usually the first to get major updates for Android. That’s because Google is the creator of Android and they’re basically in charge of security updates. So, it makes sense that all Pixel smartphones get major updates sooner. If you are sporting an Android phone from different manufacturers like Samsung, Xiaomi, or Realme, you might have to wait a little longer. Smartphone manufacturers generally take months to roll out new software updates. Smartphone manufacturers generally take months to roll out new software updates. It’s because the process is long and complicated, and because they need to make sure everything works properly before they put it out in the world. If you’re hoping to get a new update on your phone sooner than that, you can try contacting your phone manufacturer directly and asking them to speed up the process. In fact, it took Samsung three months to roll out Android 11 to its phones after it was made available. In Samsung’s case, it took three months to roll out Android 11. This is because it takes time for all of the different hardware and software combinations to be ironed out and rolled out. In addition to the Galaxy S21 series phones getting Android 12 based One UI, Samsung also announced that its Galaxy S21 phones will be the first to have a beta of Android 12 based One UI.