Android 10 is likely to be released in its stable version the upcoming Tuesday, September 3, 2019. It is on this date that the update is to be deployed on the first smartphones affected by the deployment.
Just a week that separates us from the release of the final and stable version of Android 10, the major new update of Google’s mobile OS. Two different customer service employees for Google have told PhoneArena that Android 10 will be available from September 3, 2019, on the Pixel 3a (and therefore all other Pixel smartphone models). So we finally have the official launch date.
Would it be released on Tuesday, September 3, 2019?
We were, of course, expecting an imminent exit. Google set the stage last week by introducing Android’s new visual identity and a change in strategy regarding the name. Android10 will not be followed by the name of a snack, nor will its successors. The end of a tradition that was certainly fun but that could cause some problems.
Following the launch, the manufacturers will individually announce their deployment schedule. The Premium Phones should be entitled to the update very quickly as usual. Then, it is the mobile models that participated in the six beta phases that will be soon served. Among the privileged are the Mate 20 Pro (Huawei recently introduced EMUI 10 based on Android10), the OnePlus 6, 6T, 7 and 7 Pro, the Sony Xperia XZ3, the LG G8 ThinQ, the Nokia 8.1 or the Xiaomi Mi 9 and Mi Mix 3 5G.