Google said Android TV 12 will begin rolling out ‘early’ this year but then changed it to ‘later’ this year

Google has posted to its Android developer blog an outline of some of the new features found in Android TV 12 that it wants developers to be aware of. The features explained are ones we’ve already known about and include Frame Rate Matching, Text Scaling, and 4K Interfaces. At the end of the article, Google mentions that Android TV 12 is available as a developer preview for its ADT-3 developer kit and, more importantly, says that Android TV 12 will “begin appearing on TVs later this year.” When the blog post was first published, it said that Android TV 12 would “begin appearing on TVs early this year,” so, the fact that Google felt the need to change the wording of the post is an indication that it’ll still be a while before the next version of Android TV is available on consumer devices.

2 comments
  1. King says:

    Do Fire TV OS make new version every 2 years?

    Fire OS 6 based on Android 7
    So Fire OS 7 based on Android 9
    The next Fire OS will be Android 11

  2. John Smith says:

    Great now I will have to wait a little longer before this “update” inevitably breaks something

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