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Google Pixel, Pixel XL Tipped to Receive Android O in August, Ahead of Nexus Devices

Google Pixel, Pixel XL Tipped to Receive Android O in August, Ahead of Nexus Devices
Android O was one of the biggest highlights of Google I/O 2017 this year, and to test waters the search giant has also released Android O in a public beta. The timeline for a public release is usually at the same time as the launch of the new Pixel device in October. However, a new tip hints that the current Pixel devices will be the first to receive a stable update to Android O, as early as August.
Android Police’s David Ruddock tweeted this information claiming that the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL will be the first to receive Android O. The update will be rolled out in the first or second week of August, ahead of Nexus devices. This is way in advance from last year’s rollout timeline as well. This isn’t to say that Nexus devices won’t be receiving an update, but only a little later.
Ruddock claims that he got the information from a reliable source, but we recommend you to not get your hopes up until Google announces it officially.

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