The official name of Android 10 is still Android 10. The latest operating system was once named Android Q, though I really can't say precisely what the letter Q stands for. While this is really not a problem, Android Q was used as the name for all the beta of Android 10. Later, Android Q was changed to Android 10.
The stable version of the operating system was officially launched on September 3. And Google pixels phones are the first set of phones to get the operating system. This actually happened on the same day it was launched. However, it will take some time before some phones can start using the operating system. This is because a lot of phone companies will want to design their own versions of the operating system. The operating system is cool as it comes with some new features like; smart reply of the messaging app, dark mode.
Google has established that the official name of the next version of Android will be called Android 10. Until now, Android 10 was known as Android Q. Google recently decided to scrap its long tradition of naming Android versions after favorite desserts. The engineering team has always used internal code names for each release, based off of popular desserts in alphabetical order.
The naming tradition was a fun little ritual to which everyone looked forward. However, the response from the global community suggests that not everyone understood these names. As a universal operating system, these names must be clear and relatable for every customer in the world.
Android 10 is known until now as Android Q. Google is abandoning the adorable dessert names it has used for every other Android release. Google states that everyone did not always understand android dessert names. For example, L and R are not discernable when spoken in certain languages. The company claims that the dessert nicknames would make it too difficult for new users to comprehend if they were running the latest version.
As a global operating system, these names must be clear for everyone. Google is also introducing new Android branding to compliment the updated Android logo. The updated Android logo features a robot with a slightly different shade of green and black text. The purpose of the black text is to replace the hard to read the green text, which is inconvenient for the visually impaired.