While the world is enthralled by today’s solar eclipse, Google’s attention will be on Android O. Specifically, so it can finally announce the software’s name, which the search giant may have accidentally unveiled already.
Google always targeted a summer release for the software, and it looks like the company will keep that promise. So, in addition to today’s name drop, Google will likely announce an official release date for the software. (Technically, summer doesn’t end until Friday, September 22, so fans may still be in for a long wait.)
Google’s Android O livestream will go live at 11:40 a.m. PST (2:40 p.m. EST), which just so happens to be right after today’s eclipse is wrapping up. I don’t suspect Google will share any details about the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, but you never know.
To learn about what Android O has to offer, check out some of our earlier coverage down below.