After a long wait, Google is here with a new desert as the tech giant has finally announced that the next version of Android — previously known as Android O — will officially be going by the name of Android Oreo.
There aren’t a ton of good ‘O’ dessert foods out there, and Oreos are pretty much as universally beloved as a cookie can be. There’s also precedent for the partnership, as Google had previously teamed up with Nestlé and Hershey’s to call Android 4.4 KitKat.
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Android Oreo is available via Google’s Android Open Source Project. OTA rollout is expected to arrive first to Pixel and Nexus devices, with builds currently in carrier testing.