Google’s official Android Twitter handle announced their latest O.S today.
Google revealed the nickname of the latest Android OS earlier this morning along with the mascot you see above.
Android 7.0 follows Android 6.0.1, meaning Android 6 never even had a
proper 6.X release. Android 5.0 had 5.1[.1], 4.0 had 4.1 through
4.4[.4], 3.0 had 3.1, 2.0 had 2.1 through 2.3[.7], and 1.0 had 1.1, 1.5,
What does this mean? Frankly, nothing. Almost nothing at all: it’s
just a number, an easy way to refer back to a particular iteration of
the Android operating system.
It’s always fun to find out, nonetheless.
Now, begin clamoring for your respective Android 7.0 OTA.