As far back as Google declared that Android O will be the subsequent OS form after Android 7.0 Nougat (normally, since O is the following letter set), everybody began concocting conceivable treat names that begin with the letter O. Given how every Android OS has been named subsequent to something sweet, many trusted that O would remain for Oreo or perhaps Oatmeal Cookie. Yet, the exact opposite thing one would have thought of while considering pastry names is Octopus.
The people at Google chose to have a great time and tossed in an octopus as an Easter egg with the Android O Developer Preview 4, The Verge reports. As you likely know, Android has generally included Easter eggs in its Settings in light of rendition’s pastry name. Before the octopus, past Android O develop would bring the Neko Android feline on tapping the ‘Android Version’ in the About Phone segment.
Octopus is a delicacy that can be found the world over. However, the possibility of it being related with Android’s naming plan for its OS simply doesn’t fit well. The Octopus here is maybe intended to compare to the Android adaptation 8.0 (Octopi have eight legs) as opposed to the genuine name of the variant, which is in reality quite cunning. It is exceedingly impossible that Android will change from its pastry naming plan to expand its look for nourishment based names. Oreo is as yet a most loved in this race, and we’ll likely know the name once the steady form of Android O takes off in the not so distant future, undoubtedly close by the dispatch of Google’s next Pixel cell phones.
The Android O Developer Preview 4 has started taking off to all Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Pixel C, Nexus Player, and Android Emulator clients. The most recent and last form brings bug fixes and advancements, and the last APIs (API level 26) that application designers can use to test their applications.