What you need to know
- Google has published a new code change to AOSP, revealing the codename for Android 14.
- According to the code change, Android 14 will be known as Upside-Down Cake.
- This continues the trend of Google using dessert names for new builds of AOSP and Android.
A few years ago, Google ditched the idea of introducing its new version of Android alongside the name of a tasty dessert. The last instance of this was Android 10, which is also known as Quince Tart. But the use of dessert names has continued for Google’s internal development teams, and now we know what Android 14 will be referred to as.
As spotted by 9to5Google, a new code change was published to Android Open Source Project (AOSP). In this change, there’s not a lot of information, but we now know that Android 14 will be internally referred to as Upside-Down Cake.