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Leaked Details of Android 15

For many years, Android has named its different operating system versions after sweet treats. However, the company has recently shifted towards using simpler numerical names for public releases. Despite this change, Google has continued to use sweet-related code names internally for each release.

For instance, while Android 11 was publicly known as Android 11, it was internally referred to as "Red Velvet Cake," and Android 12 was referred to as "Snow Cone." However, with the release of Android 13, the company decided to move away from the sweet-themed code names and instead used the internal code name "Swing," which is depicted in the statue dedicated to the operating system.

Recently, there have been reports that Android 15's internal code name will be "Vanilla Ice Cream" or "Android V." According to a reputable source in the Android community, some developers have found evidence of this code name within the operating system's code.

It's important to note that the code names for each Android release are typically for internal use only and aren't used for marketing purposes. Nevertheless, the fact that we already know the code name for Android 15 suggests that Google is already planning ahead for the next release.

Overall, the decision to revert to sweet-themed code names for upcoming Android releases is sure to excite Android enthusiasts worldwide. Although the code names may only be for internal use, they provide users with a glimpse into the creative process behind the development of one of the world's most popular mobile operating systems.

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