Forget Android 14, Google already working on Android 15 with ‘Vanilla Ice Cream’ codename

Google Android 15 codename

Android 14 is in the Developer Preview stage, and we just have a glimpse of what the new version will bring on board for eligible devices. But it looks like, Google is already looking for the future, and begin its work for Android 15 with an interesting codename.

Yes! You read it right. Google Android 15 already started emerging in the headlines for its delicious codename – Vanilla Ice Cream. It’s not a surprise, as the company used to give codenames to its OS, and the possibility is they are always related to a dessert.

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However, something more surprising than the codename is the ‘before time’ information about Android 15. While there is still no clue about when the tech maker will bring the 14th version in beta and stable format, the developers started preparing for a new chapter.

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The tasty dessert details are coming from the well-known Android analyst – Mishaal Rahman. The observer shared a tweet with a snap, showcasing a huge bowl of vanilla ice cream. He further wrote that it’s way earlier than before, but Android 15 is here.

“It’s a bit earlier than usual, but it seems the internal dessert code-name for Android 15 V has been revealed: ‘Vanilla Ice Cream’.”

Google Android 15 codename

Of course, the leak for a new Android build took place quite earlier than expected. Besides, it is one step ahead of the previous time. For your information, the Android 14 codename came into existence around April, last year.

Android 14

In addition to the new codename, Google is busy with Android 14 development. Probably, we could find the company throwing some light on the Android 14 beta process in the upcoming I/O 2023 event. Thereafter, the stable release is expected by August.

OxygenOS 14

Following the footprints, we believe that OnePlus will again appear as the first to unveil the beta and stable OxygenOS 14 version for its flagship models. Although, how strong and fast the software update rollout will be, is still a question to answer.

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