Get ready to see a new tasty treat unveiled on Monday.

The next major version of Android, Android O will be completely unveiled Monday, August 21 to coincide with the solar eclipse. Google announced it would be live streaming the Android O announcement, appropriately enough, via its Eclipse homepage, which is typically used for its Eclipse developer documentation.

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The page has links to NASA’s own live stream of the Total Eclipse, which will begin at 12:00 p.m. ET, with the Android O reveal coming at 2:40 p.m. ET. For those of us that enjoy both space and Android, it’s nice that we won’t have to divide our attention. Now we just need to place last-minute bets on what the name will be.

Update: Android Police did some sleuthing on a video that was uploaded to Google’s Google+ page. When the video was first uploaded, the file name for the video was “GoogleOreo_Teaser_0817,” suggesting that Oreo would be the next codename. Google removed that video, and uploaded another file named “OctopusTeaser.” So, we still have a few more days of trolling before we get a definitive answer on the code name.

Are you looking forward to the total eclipse or Android O reveal more? Let us know down below!

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