Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Android Q (Android Quindim?)

What could Google have named it's Android 10 Operating System?

Google began assigning Code names to each of it's previously released OS officially starting from Android 1.5 with the code name, 'Cupcake.'

A quick rundown of past Android releases is presented below:

Android A =
Android B =
Android C = Cupcake
Android D = Doughnut
Android E = Eclair
Android F = Froyo
Android G = Gingerbread
Android H = Honeycomb
Android I  =  Ice-cream sandwich
Android J  =  Jellybean
Android K = KitKat
Android L = Lollipop
Android M= Marshmallow
Android N = Nougat
Android O = Oreo
Android P = Pie
Android Q = Quindim?


Why not Quindim? I will think it is because Quindim is a localised dessert (it is actually a Brazilian desert made from egg yolks, coconut and sugar) that Google tops consider not befitting it's Global brand name.

Google decided to depart from it's roughly a decade-long tradition of code naming it's OS. It simply released the new OS as Android 10!



N.B: This article is subject to reviews.

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