Android is one of the most interesting Linux-based operating system. Not about its performance on a smartphone, but the name of each version of Android. Since April 2009, Android Inc has consistently used sweet food as the name inspiration of its operating system version.
Officially first released on April 27, 2009, Android 1.5 is named Cupcake
Lapse a few months, present Android 1.6 with the name Donut. Who likes to be tempted with the delicacy of donuts?
Next there Eclair is selected for the Android version 2.0-2.1. It’s like a sushi cake, but eclair is longer and there is a topping on it
In early 2010, froyo became the latest popular food at the time. The sour taste is very well suited with ice cream. Froyo became the Android version 2.2-2.2.3 in May 2010
Inspired by the story of gingerbread dongen, Geterbread idea sprung up as an Android 2.3-2.3.7 system. Have you ever read the fairy tale?
At the time the tablet is so popular in 2011, Android also launched the latest system to support its users. It was born Android 3.0-3.2, Honeycomb
Do you know where Android 4.0-4.0.4 inspires, Ice Cream Sandwich? Yep, really like the typical street cream ice cream Singapore
Popular in the United States, jelly bean has a hard texture on the outside and is soft inside. This is the version of Android 4.1-4.3, Jelly Bean
Familiar with tagline “have a break have a KitKat”, right? KitKat pinned for the Android 4.4 version name
Can you find the idea of sweet food starting with “L” other than lollipop? Lollipop 5.0-5.1.1 appeared in November 2014
Marshmallow (Android 6.0-6.0.1) is a candied chewy textured as soft as cotton. Usually baked on the embers so much better
Smartphone is increasingly needed as a multitasking tool, comes version 7.0-7.1.2 with the name Nougat in August 2016
Already know the latest version of Android? Unfortunately, Android 8.0 (Oreo) can not be felt all smartphones
Well, that’s a row of sweet foods that inspire the name of the Android version for now. Approximately, the next Android operating system named what?