The public will be able to download the next mobile operating system Android 12 on October 4, this year.
Mashaal Rahman, the main editor of XDA Developers, announced the date on his Twitter account.
“The Android 12 stable upgrade may be issued on October 4th, as Google plans to release to AOSP,” Rahman tweeted.
He went on to say, “This preliminary release date was also indicated by a 3PL.”
The XDA staffer also revealed some information regarding Google’s ambitions.
The most recent stable Android version is Android 11, which was released on September 8 of last year.
There had already been rumors of Android applications being incorporated into the newest version of Windows 11.
This meant that people could discover them in the Microsoft Store.
Google said in August that it has disabled sign-in functionality for the decade-old Android Gingerbread OS, citing security concerns.
Google stated that outdated Android phones and tablets running Android 2.3.7 or older will no longer be able to sign in to Google applications and services.
Gingerbread was released in 2010, and it included a number of innovations like NFC and multi-camera configuration.
It was also the first Android Easter egg.