Android Q Dessert Name May Have Been Queen Cake

Android Q

Before some week, Google announced the name of the upcoming version of Android. We knew the version following Android 9 Pie would be Android 10 Q, but Google has decided to end dessert naming convention and simply call it as Android 10. Android Q would have been known as Queen Cake for the general public and internally, it had the name, Quince Tart.

Google’s Dan Sadler, software engineer of Android, and Dave Burke, VP of engineering for Android, were the guests on a recent episode of all about Android on YouTube. Now come to the new design of Android, Burke said that how Android started off “Without a huge amount of thought” and that’s generally been the theme of the platform for starting the naming convention from dessert names to numbers, which is based on feedback.

The significance of Android Q would have been lost with many people around the world. Burke also announced the rumor that the teams didn’t go with numbers. It is because they couldn’t come up with a name. It doesn’t appear to be a really widespread dessert. Google decided to drop the dessert names from the 10 onwards. He also states that if it were up to him, it would have been Queen Cake.

Burke also released that the internal name for 10 was Quince Tart. And thus, the codename ‘qt’ is present in the AOSP build of Android 10. This updated version of Android also comes up with a refreshed logo with the android robot. The color also may change from green to black for better visibility. The upcoming version of Android is rolling out to Pixel devices starting from September 3.

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