We all are eagerly waiting for the Android O release and if new reports are to believed, Google will be launching Android O and its official name on August 21st. The speculated launch date was first shared by Android Police’s managing editor David Ruddock on Twitter. It was later corroborated by the well-known tipster Evan Blass aka @evleaks.

Ruddock initially tweeted an unverified leak suggesting that Google has delayed Android O release for Pixel due to some unknown reasons with no information regarding new ETA. It was after this, he came across another leak which he could not verify and which mentioned August 21st as the release date for Android O. He further said that Google is actually planning “some degrees of spectacle” this time around which will go beyond just the unveiling of a new Android statue related to the latest version.

The Android O release date leak was later corroborated by a tweet from Blass. He mentioned that Google is tipped to launch next major Android version during the week of August 21st but most likely on August 21st itself.

We already know that Google has been testing Android O for quite a long time and has released four developer previews so far. It means it has already passed all four stages of the Android O testing roadmap and the remaining final stage is related to the public release. While it is confirmed that the Pixel will be receiving the update on the same day of the announcement, other Google devices should receive it within a day or two if not on the same day.