Since the arrival of its first version in 2008, the Android operating system has had a dessert name to accompany each of its major updates. That, until the version of Android 10, that Google decided to simplify it and leave only the number in its public name. However, Android continues to have a sweet codename behind the scenes.
Most veterans of the operating system will remember the glorious days of Android 2.0 Eclair or 2.2 Froyo, perhaps they remember the classic Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or the more recent Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Since Android 10, the operating system lost that dessert name to users around the world, but among the developers responsible for the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) each version has had a dessert name: Android 10 was called Fifteen Tart, Android 11 Red Velvet Cake and Android 12 Snow Cone.
Now it is the turn of the next version, Android 13, which as they have discovered in XDA Developers, in the development platform of the AOSP they have renamed it from Android 13 "T" to Android 13 Tiramisu, in honor of the dessert of Italian origin with flavor to coffee.
It is expected to Android 13 arrives sometime in 2022, and although we only have officially with that boring and lonely number, basically always know that we are facing the Tiramisu version of the operating system.