Google unveiled Android in 2007 and the first commercial device with Android operating system launched in 2008. The company has been introducing new design and features with every Android version and after a long time now, Google is updating the logo and brand colour of Android and is changing the way the releases are made.
The next release of Android will be called Android 10 instead of Android Q and it won’t be named based on any dessert, instead will simply be based on the version number. The internal code for every Android version is based on tasty treats, or desserts, in alphabetical order. But, Google says that the names weren’t always understood by everyone in the global community and hence the change.
The Android logo and brand colour were refreshed by Google back in 2014 and now, Google is updating the logo and brand colour of Android with a more modern, accessible look and the colour of the logo is changed from Green to Black. Google says that the design of the logo draws inspiration from the Android robot.
Google will officially start using the updated logo in the coming weeks with the final release of Android 10.