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Google Provides New Logos to Android Family

According to a recent branding upgrade to Android as a whole, Google is providing the rest of the family some updated logos. Android TV, Android Auto, and Android One have all recently picked up logo modifications. Earlier this month, Google revealed its modified design language for the Android logo ahead of the Android 10 launch. Additionally, new typography for the “android” text was displayed for leveling up the bugdroid (or at least it’s head) to the logo itself. As part of today’s huge push to update the various Android sites, the logos for Android TV, Android Auto, and Android One have all been updated to match those previous modifications.

Google Provides New Logos to Android Family 2

Google officially revealed a brand new Android logo with upgraded colors, a tweaked font, and more some time ago. Since that time, Google has also tweaked the logos for Android TV, Android Auto, and Android One to follow suit.

For Android Auto and Android TV, these logo modifications are pretty minimal. Reportedly, the green color has also been put off by Android TV which it was using previously for the Android name and goes for an all-white font this time around. Android Auto does the same with the upgraded font.

These upgraded logos are identified on each platform’s official site, but it has not been observed widely so far. For Android TV exclusively, it remains to be observed how Google will begin pushing this updated logo with OEMs.

The new Android One logo, on the other hand, sees some other upgradations. The logo is still the same with its two-tone design, but the “Android” name is now somewhat less bold. The complete logo also puts off the old green color for a dark blue and uses the new Android green to fill in the word “One.”

It is therefore unclear when these modifications were done, but it can be confirmed that they were made sometime in the past couple of days.

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