After Google recently announced that Android Q would be officially called Android 10, they confirmed the release date to be this September. According to the Canadian carrier Rogers, the Android 10 release date is on the 3rd of September this year. So, the wait may finally be coming to an end in a matter of days.
The Canadian carrier Roger revealed its upgrade schedule for their upcoming software is set for September 3rd. And according to the schedule, the Q OS which is undoubtedly Android 10 will be available for the Pixel, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 3a XL.
From our experience, the Canadian Carrier Rogers is trustworthy news-update source. So, it is very likely that Android 10 will be out this September 3rd. Which is just 3 days from today.
The Schedule from Rogers
Although “Q OS” isn’t the proper name for Google’s next Android upgrade, it’s evident that this is Android 10. The difference in name can mean that — Rogers made the schedule before the official name change by Google. Furthermore, one can confirm this since most carriers are part of the beta testers of new OS release from Google. It also serves as a sign that Google’s partners might be slow to update the Android brand.
With September being the last month of Q3, this lines up with what people have been expecting. Also, for the past years, Google’s had a habit of launching the final build of a new Android update at the beginning of the month alongside its security patch.
The integrity of this information to wether Android 10 release date is September 3rd isn’t 100% though, but we will not have to wait for long to confirm it. This article will be updated regularly to provide you with all the latest information.