UPDATE: This morning, Google posted a teaser video for its Android O reveal with the file name "GoogleOreo_Teaser_0817_noDroids (1).mp4." (via Android Police) That post was quickly deleted and reposted with a video named "OctopusTeaser.mp4." This could hint that Android O will be officially known as Android Oreo, but we'll have to wait until August 21st before we know for sure.
ORIGINAL: After releasing a handful of developer previews, Google is finally ready to unleash Android O to the masses.
Google has launched an Android O countdown page, announcing that it’ll reveal Android O on August 21st. The livestream will kick off at 2:40 pm ET on that date to coincide with the total solar eclipse.
Google doesn’t share any new info about Android O on its countdown page, saying only that it’s “bringing some super (sweet) new powers”. So the official name/dessert of Android O is still a mystery.
Android O brings with it several new features, including picture-in-picture for smartphones, the ability to snooze notifications, and an auto-fill API. Now that we know Google will reveal Android O on August 21st, it’s possible that Nexus and Pixel owners will begin receiving their official update on that date or shortly thereafter, as the rumor mill suggested it will.
For a preview of what Android O is all about, check out our hands-on video for a walkthrough of the update.