Android Versions Name and Picture: From Cupcake to Android P

Android and Dessert names⏬

Google's Android division must have a sense of humor: all of its code codes after the dessert have been named (as the name of all the CPUs after the Intel River). To celebrate a new edition, a demonic makeup of dessert combined with a kadamam is usually distributed and displayed on Google campus.

So what are the different versions of Android OS and dessert associated with them? Let us go over a brief history.

Android 1.0 and 1.1: Anonymous, and "Belly Four"?

Version 1.0 does not seem to have a code name for the Android operating system.

Google bought a company named Android in July 2005. There are several major mobile shots under Android, including the former head of a big carrier, former owner of the phone maker and more. After their purchase, Android went into stealth mode and rumors spread that Google is working on mobile phones.

When the dam was broken in November 2007, Google suddenly announced that they are actually using the phone (Google phone). More than that, they are also working on a brand-new mobile operating system called Linux based on the Linux kernel, which is a group of Open Handset Alliance, 65 different hardware manufacturers, carriers and other mobile-related companies.

HTC is the first phone maker to launch an original consumer phone on October 2008, T-Mobile G1 (also known as HTC Dream outside the United States).

Version of Android, version 1.1 was released on February 2002. According to Android police, this version was officially known as "Petit Four", but it is rarely seen, because it is rarely mentioned.

The first notable version of the Android operating system has really demonstrated the power of the platform V1.5, codec "Cupcake". The word Cupcake starts with "C", many suspect that the code started with 1.0 "A" and started with "B" 1.1, but no actual code names have ever been allocated. Some believe that earlier versions of "Astro" and "Bender" were initially mentioned by Android Engineers in these two versions, but they declined the Android Police article described above.
Android 1.5: Cupcake

Android 1.5: Cupcake

Technically, Android 1.5 was not the first version, but its versions do not seem to have got a code name. The stories were told that it was supposed to be 1.2 version, but Google decides to make a bigger version and instead it makes 1.5. Among most changes to Cupcake, third-party keyboards and widgets were enabled and uploaded to YouTube and Picasa directly to the phone. The "Cupcake" version of the company has been coded, which starts the trend of dessert names.

A cupcake is a small, individually shaped cake baked in a cup shaped mold. It is usually served with frosting above.
Android 1.6: Donut

Android 1.6: Donut

Android v1.6, codenated "Donut", was released in September 2009. It also features rebooting errors in OS, re-photos and video features (like camera interface) and better search integration. This adds support for larger screen sizes and is the first version of Google's counter-to-counter navigation feature.

A donut is a small ring shaped friedcake. The ring is made of rich, light dough and deep fried. Various sweet coatings can be added. Donuts should not be mistaken for bevel, which is baked, very frequent, and usually nona.
Android 2.0 and 2.1: Eclair

Android 2.0 and 2.1: Eclair

The Android 2.0 was released in October 2009, a gamfik version (2.0.1) coming in December 2009. Android 2.1 is released in January 2010. Most people talk about their singular expression. Features include Bluetooth 2.1 support, flash and digital zoom for camera, multi-touch support, live wallpaper, and more.

Eclairs are usually described as oblong cream puffs. They are baked pastries with cream filling and chocolate coating at the top.
Android 2.2: Froyo

Android 2.2: Froyo

Android 2.2 is the most advanced speed by adopting the JavaScript "Just-In-Time" compiler engine from Google Browser, Chrome. It enhanced browser support by combining animated GIF support and Flash 10.1 plug-in support, with USB tethering and Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities (those with supported hardware).

Short for Froyo "frozen yogurt". It is a frozen frozen dessert made of curd, so it is slightly more irritable than soft service, but less fat.
Android 2.3 and 2.4: Gingerbread

Android 2.3, 2.4: Gingerbread

Gingerbread was officially released in December 2010.

On December 6, 2010, Google officially announced the first phone with the Android operating system 2.3 Gingerbread. The phone was Nexus S, which co-developed with Google's Samsung. The phone was originally only available for T-Mobile, but it was later created in Sprint and it's T-Mobile.

Zingerbird supports SIP Internet calling, NFC wireless transmission capabilities (if available in hardware), multiple cameras, and geoscopes and other sensors (Barrometer, Grimmeter and others). It features a download manager, some changes to use on tablets, and other system level tweaks for programmers.

As a dessert, ginger bread is basically a ginger-spotted cookie. It is often made to celebrate the last year holidays in the United States. Cookies are cut in festivals-often shaped by human shape-and covered with candles and candy.
Android 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2: Hive

Android 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2: Hive

Hanikak was released in February 2011 and quickly followed between July and August 2013 between 3.1 and 3.2. Google posts highlights on many previews and hive.

Hanib was made for tablets, which meant that Android OS 2.X was not there. It did not stop Samsung and some small manufacturers to remove from various sizes of Android 2.x tablets in late 2012 because they tried to run the iPad's success wave for the Christmas shopping season.

Motorola Zoom is the first Android 3.x tablet to be released. It has been followed much later.

Dessert-based, honeycomb is made from a sheet of hectagonal hectagonal cells filled with honey. Fresh hives can be eaten as a dessert-some people chew wax or even consume with honey.
Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich

Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich

Google's effort to synthesize Ice Cream Sandwich Honeycomb, was only the tablet-only platform, with its mobile platform. Published in October 2011, it has a new design and default font, as well as monitoring and limitations of mobile data usage and other upgrades. Many devices were slow to accept ice cream sandwiches. Three months after the ice cream sandwich, it was released only one phone (Samsung Galaxy Nexus) to run.

In real life, ice cream sandwich ice cream levels, usually vanilla, two cookies, usually sandwiches in chocolate. They are often rectangular.
Android 4.1: Jelly Bin

Android 4.1: Jelly Bin

Jelly Bean came out in 2012. Most of the changes are "Google Now", an AI assistant who predicts your needs and better, more interactive notifications. Jelly Bin also has "Voice Typing", a built-in lecture-to-text engine that does not rely on the internet or information.
Android 4.4: Kitkat 

Android 4.4: KitKat

Google has announced that Android 4.4 will be called KitKat on 3rd September 2013. KitKat's parent company, Nestle, fully operated with the operating system name and launched an advertising campaign during the release of KitKat. As part of the campaign, each of the kitkat packages with Andy the Green Android package has a swipstick code that has won a new Nexus 7 Android Tablet or Google Play store credit.

KitKat has accepted the Google Now feature and has taken another step with "Google Google" All right, Google's people can access Google even without touching their phones - just verbally that the Artificial Intelligence Assistant opens. KitKat launches emoji on Google's keyboard.
Android 5.x: Lollipop 

Android 5.x: Lollipop

Android 5 is called Lollipop and it is a new runtime that is known as ART, which depends on runtime (which is based on sun / Oracle space in some cases) in older dolves. The Lollipop has other UI improvements and it has a great battery life on some devices.
Android 6.x: Marshall 

Android 6.x: Marshall

Android 6: Marshall already came out for the Nexus device and it seems that all flagship devices are coming soon before the end of the year and in the middle of 2016.

Marshmallow introduced various changes that could have significant impact. The application permission model now offers opt-in (specify certain permissions as requested) Opt-out (All Approved, then use App op to run separate permissions). The DOS mode allows the device to go into hydration, which can effectively charge the electricity costs. Fingerprint sensor support is now supported by vendors in the OS, and USB c is now fully supported. Finally, the marshmallow formats a microSD card and allows it to be shared as internal storage and the same internal security level.
Android 7: Naogaat (2016) 

Android 7: Naogaat (2016)

Android 7 was officially named on June 30, 2013 when the latest lawn status was published in the fanfire (see picture). It is equipped with a new Just-In-Time compiler, based on ART engine, Unicode 9.0 emoji support And the new Volcano 3D rendering API. Patch for 7.17, 7.1.1, and 7.1.2 followed in 2017.
Android 8: Oreo (2017) 

Android 8: Oreo (2017)

After the famous cookie, Oreo was released on Android 8, version 3 of the year 2017. Its main change was "Project Trail", where it makes OS more modular so that manufacturers upgrade OS upgrades more quickly. Emoji support was enhanced to support multiple display of improved structure, and Unicode 10 was updated with other features. In December of December 2012, it was developed as an improved API for several internal functions, including "OOGI Edition" for less than 8.1 loads of devices.

Android 9: P (2018?)

It does not know anything about the final name for Android 9.0, it will start with the letter P. Its preview is made available by Google in June 2018.

Conclusion:

Hope you enjoyed our little tour in Android history. Stay with

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