A new Android version is on the horizon, but a key aspect of the software has remained a mystery.
Now, that mystery has been solved, thanks to the work of Google.
A few weeks ago, Google revealed the official Android release schedule, which is in direct opposition to what most people expect when they ask for a new OS.
As you can see, Android 7.1.1 is coming in March 2018, the same month as Android 8.0 Oreo.
The schedule itself is somewhat confusing, but that doesn’t mean we don’t know what to expect.
The main thing to remember is that Android 7 is not the next major version of Android.
That will happen when Android 8, or a newer version of the OS, is released.
Google has already released Android 7 to users in Australia, the United States, Brazil, Germany, and Mexico, but Android 7 for the rest of the world is still in the works.
The Android release for Australia has been delayed for three months because of issues with the device’s chipset, according to the Android Open Source Project, which tracks the state of the Android ecosystem.
That delay has caused some confusion among Android users, with some wondering if they should expect a delay to Android 7, while others are waiting for Android 8 to arrive.
Google’s release schedule is a bit more clear.
While the Android release of Android 7 will likely be in March, there is no word on when the Android 8 release will arrive.
Android 8 will likely arrive later, in the middle of next year.
The official release schedule for Australia will likely come in March.
We’ll keep you posted.