Google likes to create suspense by keeping the name of its Android system updates veiled in secrecy until the second half of the year. The upcoming Android 8.0 release (called ‘Android O’ for placeholder purposes) brings the same secrecy to the forefront again.
During Google I/O 2017 last month, the tech and research giant introduced the Android O Beta Program along with Developer Preview two. We were also given a timeline of when to expect future updates to the beta. The time is now June, and Google is beginning to roll out its third Android O Developer Preview out of four. The software is no longer as buggy, but still lacks some implementations and has its share of problems.