Google has now launched Android 12 through the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) after the beta version of the operating system was launched a few months ago.
As we know, currently Android no longer uses the name dessert as the latest version of Android, that’s why Android 12 also comes with numbers so that users find it easier to keep track of the latest version of Android.
Even so, it turns out that Google is still giving dessert names to its new Android even though it is not used publicly.
This was also expressed by the Vice President of Engineering for Android, Dave Burke. Through his Twitter account, Burke confirmed that the dessert name from Android 12 was Snow Cone.
A cool background to celebrate the launch of Android Snow Cone!🍧 pic.twitter.com/J726PvPhVv
— Dave Burke (@davey_burke) October 4, 2021
“A cool background to celebrate the launch of Android Snow Cone!” wrote Dave Burke on Twitter.
Actually, the name Snow Cone itself was heard in February when the code from Android 12 was leaked to the public. But now the name has finally been confirmed directly by the developer.
What do you think, after Snow Cone, what other dessert name will Google use for Android 13 (T)? Share in the comments below!