Android New Logo Is Now 3D, More Human, and Seriously Fun

While the world eagerly awaits the latest Android 15 release, Android has surprised everyone with a refreshed branding in its name and logo.

Android New 3D Logo

Android, as of today, has nearly 3 Billion users worldwide. But not everyone would remember the anticipation it used to create with every Android version update. Once upon a time, on our Android phones, we used to have cool names like Android Lollipop as an update, which later changed to simpler versions of Android 13, 14, and so on. And now, Android has revamped its logo completely, leaving the entire global Android community surprised and excited at the same time.

What’s New?

Android explained the reason behind this entire rebranding, stating that its Logo should reflect the core ethos of being open, iterative, and inclusive. The new visual identity represents the Android community and is quite fun too. The Android team believes that today’s people want more choice and autonomy, and the brand wants to reflect their vision of offering the freedom to create on their terms.

The new Android Name Starts With A

After years of keeping the first letter of its name in smallcase, the brand has finally decided to make the first letter capital, and there’s an interesting reason behind it as well. 

- Google

The new stylization makes the Android look identical to Google, starting with a capital ‘G’ to better communicate the relationship between Android devices and the Google apps & services to its consumers. 

The Refreshing New Logo

In the last decade, Android has implemented multiple changes to modernize its services and evolve to the changing needs of its community. They first simplified the new version release names from ‘Android KitKat’ to ‘Android 14’ to make it more understandable globally. As part of this vision, the Android robot named ‘Bugdroid’ has become a prominent fixture of the logo. The latest rebranding showcases the same robot in a much more interesting way and also in 3D. Take a 3D look for yourself.

The new Bugdroid also has a full-body version, which is predicted to be useful for the next Android 15 release. The new Android version will add AI to most of its services, and AI usually has a representation model along with it, in which the full-bodied bugdroid perfectly fits.

- Google

We will soon see these changes in the name and logo across all channels, platforms, and mobile devices starting this year.

Manish <span>Content Strategist</span>
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