Google has yet to officially confirm when Android 10 will be released. We expect that it should be soon as the company usually tries to tie it in with the launch of their Pixel phones, but according to Canadian carrier Rogers, it seems that the update could actually launch a lot earlier than expected.

How early? According to Rogers, they are claiming that the update will be released on the 3rd of September, which is actually next week! Of course, don’t expect the update to arrive to your phone unless you own a Google Pixel device. This is because one of the advantages of owning a Pixel handset is that you get updates first and before everyone else, so if you own a phone from a different brand, it will depend on how quickly they choose to release it.

According to Rogers, they believe that the update will be pushed out to all the Pixel devices that have been released to date. This includes the original Pixel and Pixel XL, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, and Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL. As you might have heard, Google is actually done with the dessert names for its Pixel smartphones.

While known as Android Q internally, many have been wondering what the dessert name Google could be going with. However, recently the company confirmed that Android Q, the tenth version of Android, will simply be known as Android 10. In any case, we’ll wait and see if the updates are really pushed out next week.

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