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Android is on over 2.5 billion active devices

Google shared the milestone at its annual developers conference.

Google I/O 2019

Android senior director Stephanie Cuthbertson at Google I/O

Screenshot by Morgan Little/CNET

Android is now on more than 2.5 billion active devices, Android senior director Stephanie Cuthbertson said Tuesday at Google's annual developer conference.

"10 years and now over 2.5 billion active devices. Thanks for joining us on this journey," Android tweeted.

Google is due to launch Android Q, the next version of its Android operating system, later this year.

During the keynote address, the company announced the Pixel 3A and 3A XL phones, improvements to Google Assistant and what's new in Android Q. Execs also discussed the new Nest Hub Max and Google's plans for Lens and augmented reality in Search