If you are wondering, what is the Next Android version name? Then check out upcoming Android version release date details?
Are you wondering what will be the next Android version? I am also amazed about the upcoming Android version release date, name and it's detailed. So here in this post, I (Yogesh Khetani) will be going through some details about it.
- What is the latest version of Android operating system
- Should I upgrade to Android 12?
- How do I upgrade Android OS?
- Android Version History
- Next Android Version
- Android Version After Android 10
- Android Version After Android 11
- Latest Android Update
- Android 11
- Android 12
- Android 13
Android Versions History 2022
Google has always followed a trend while naming their Android versions, but that broke with their tenth anniversary as they announced the Android 10 version, i.e., the 2019 version of Android 10. Previously, until Android 9.0 Pie, all the versions were named based on the dessert names.
|Name of Android Version||Year|
|Android 1.5 Cupcake||April 2009|
|Android 1.6 Donut||September 2009|
|Android 2.0 Eclair||2009|
|Android 2.2 Froyo||2010|
|Android 2.3 Gingerbread||2011|
|Android 3.0 Honeycomb||May 2011|
|Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich||October 2011|
|Android 4.1 Jelly Bean||2012|
|Android 4.4 Kitkat||2013|
|Android 5.0 Lollipop||2014|
|Android 6.0 Marshmallow||2015|
|Android 7.0 Nougat||2016|
|Android 8.0 Oreo||2017|
|Android 9.0 Pie||2018|
Next Android Version?
Years gone by and we have moved to Android 13. So what's next after Android 13? Let's check it out.
What's the Android version coming out in 2023?
It will be called Android 14.
What is the Next Android Version after Android 12?
Android updates have been a top priority of late for many Android smartphone makers and top name a few which provide faster software upgrades include Nokia, OnePlus, Samsung, and Motorola. There is Android 13 up next after the 12th Android release.
What is the Next Android Version after Android 11?
After Android 11, the Android next version is the Android 12.
Android 11 Update:
The 2020 Android version will be called either Android R or Android 11, though the chances of getting it named as Android 11 are higher. There are more than 100 eligible phones to get the upgrade. We have shared a full list of Android 11 eligible phones.
Android 12 Update
- Motorola Android 12 update
- Samsung Android 12 update
- Asus Android 12 phones list
- BLU Android 12 phones
Android 13 Update
It's the time that we start talking about the 2022 version to be called as "Android 13". After Android 12, there is an Android 13 update waiting for 2022. As of now you can read Android 13 launcher apk to install launcher, themes, wallpapers and other system default files.
What is the Latest Version of Android Operating System?
It's just only now that Android 12 version, i.e., the upcoming version is rumoured for the first time. As of now, the latest Android version officially launched in Android 10.
How do I upgrade my version of Android?
If your smartphone qualifies for the update, then you can upgrade it to the latest version, it doesn't matter if it's Android 12, Android 13, or Android 14. So the question remains, how to upgrade my version of Android OS?
The update will be delivered through three of the following methods -
- A wireless software update
- Update via PC/Software via wired
- Manually downloading and flashing it on your device
If your phone update is available, you need to check for the custom ROMs availability.
Should I upgrade to Android 12?
Several people have kept asking this question at regular times. Ok, let me answer this for now, and my answer will be changing from time to time because of the Android 12 development.
As of now, Android 12 is in beta version, so it is basically under the testing phase, and as such it's not recommended to have Android 12 installed on your primary phone. If you have a secondary phone and want to try out the new Android feature, then definitely you can.
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