Android 12: the release date planned by Google would be revealed

The first stable version of Android 12 is expected to be rolled out soon by Google. We now have a better idea of ​​its release date.

Android 12: the release date planned by Google would be revealed

Android 12 is approaching the end of its development cycle. The new version of the system is available in Beta 5, which should be the last version before the software is released. Google is promising a rollout in the coming weeks, but we now think we can be more specific than that.

Launch scheduled for October 4

The XDA-Developers site was able to get its hands on an internal Google document concerning the calendar of Google’s certification end dates. These are the dates when Google will no longer allow manufacturers to market products under the Android version. For example, we read that Android 11 will no longer be offered on new smartphones from March 31, 2023.

Android 12: the release date planned by Google would be revealed

But the most interesting is the second column of the “AOSP Release” table. This is the date planned by Google for the deployment of the source code of each version of the system including Android 12. In other words, it is the release date of the system. To make sure, just look at the Android 11 line with a release date of September 8: it is on this date that the system was released in 2020.

We deduce that the stable version Android 12 is scheduled for October 4, 2021. It is on this date that the rollout is expected to begin, at least for Pixel smartphones.

At the same time as the Google Pixel 6 conference?

Google has still not announced the date of the presentation conference Google Pixel 6. We know, however, that their marketing is scheduled for the end of October. We can imagine that Google wants to unveil its new flagships during the week of October 4, once Android 12 is finalized.

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