Android 11 is internally called Red Velvet Cake

Google used to name the Android versions after desserts in alphabetical order. Android 7.x Nougat, Android 8.x Oreo or Android 9.0 Pie. Since Android 10 you just have the version number, no more names.

Now, Android's vice president of technology, Dave Burke, said in a podcast that Android 11 still has a dessert name that is used internally by engineers.

"However, if you asked an engineer from my team what they were working on, you would say 'RVC'," RVC "stands for" Red Velvet Cake, " said Burke. In other projects (eg AOSP) there will be no references to "Red Velvet Cake" or "RVC".

Burke previously confirmed in the podcast that Android 10 is known internally as Quince Tart. So it's great to see that Google still keeps the Android dessert tradition alive, even if it's only used internally.

Android Authority

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