Earlier this week, it was reported that Google might push the Android 10 update to Pixel phones on September 3rd. This news came from a couple of Google representatives, but at that time, this wasn’t sure whether it will happen or not. But now, the date of Android 10 coming to Pixel devices has been confirmed by the Canadian telecom carrier Rogers, who published the release date in its public OS schedule by mistake.
Just after realizing this mishappen Rogers removed the Android 10 release dates from the list, but thankfully, we have got the screenshots of that listing. According to that list, all the Pixel phones will be getting the Android 10 software update starting September 3. A few days before, Google renamed the Android Q as Android 10 after discontinuing the tradition of naming the new Android release after a desert name.
Besides, this is a piece of very good news for all the Pixel owners as they will be first to try the Android 10 public release. They just need to wait for few more days to get the latest Android running on their phone. As far as the name of Android is concerned in the listing. It looks like Rogers didn’t update the name of Android in its database. That’s why they continue using the Q OS in place of Android 10. The rest of the things are as good as it to be.
Those who’ve been running the Android Q beta software will already know what to expect from the new update. Others should prepare for features such as Dark mode, Live captions, new gesture navigation, improved notifications, Bubbles, accent colors, and more.
Google usually releases new software updates on a Monday. However, the first Monday of September is Labour Day in the United States. So, they shifted the release date to 3rd. Last year, the company released Android 9.0 Pie on a Monday.
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