Google has two major launches planned – Android 12 & Pixel 6 – however, the company has not officially announced the launch dates.

Now, however, thanks to an internal document (unearthed by XDA Developers’ Mishaal Rahman), we have a pretty good idea when it may happen.

Rahman shared the following schedule. It is for Android’s AOSP releases (Android Open Source Project). These releases usually coincide with new Android version public releases. The AOSP release date for Android 12 is Oct. 4, 2021. This could mean that Android 12 may be released to the public on the same day. For example, last year, Android 11 AOSP was released on the same date – Sept. 8 – as the stable, public version of the Android 11 for Pixel phones.

It is also quite likely that both the Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6 Pro will be launched on Oct. 4. Google wouldn’t launch its flagship phones without Android 12.

Google shared a lot of information about the Pixel 6 including renders and teaser videos (which by the way says that the phone will be available “this fall”)

The Pixel 6 is a phone measuring 6.4 inches with a dual-camera, and the Pixel 6 Pro is a phone measuring 6.7 inches. It will also have a triple-rear camera and a display of 6.5 inches. Each will have Android 12 and be powered by Google’s Tensor chipet.

Notably, new Pixels often get the latest version of Android. If you have a phone from a different manufacturer, such as Samsung or Xiaomi, you might have to wait a while; as Engadget points out, it took Samsung three months to start deploying Android 11 on its phones after it was made available.

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