Android 13 received the internal name Tiramisu

Developers from Google are gearing up to launch the Android 12 mobile operating system, with a stable version expected to arrive in the coming months. Despite this, the development of the next version of the software platform is already underway, which will be released next year. According to reports, the upcoming version of Android is internally named Tiramisu.

This is indicated by the data of the repository of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Gerrit, which were discovered by enthusiasts during the study of the code. One of the available documents mentions that Android 13 T was named Tiramisu by the developers. This is the first public mention of the codename for the upcoming operating system, which is due to go public next fall and will be officially named Android 13.

For several years in a row, Google has been giving new versions of Android the names of sweet desserts, which has become a kind of tradition. However, with the release of Android 10, it was decided to abandon this tradition. Despite this, codenames using different desserts continue to be used internally. In line with this practice, the developers named Android 10 Quince Tart (sweet cake), Android 11 Red Velvet Cake (Red velvet cake) and Android 12 Snow Cone (crushed sweet ice dessert).

This week, Google released another beta version of Android 12, which is now available to developers. As for the stable version of the operating system, it should be launched this fall.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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