So recently Android N is just tested on the Google’s Nexus devices which includes only Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5x, Nexus 9, Pixel C and Nexus Player devices. The first ever Google Developers Preview for the upcoming Android N has brought just the three new features or we can say three advancements to the present Android marshmallow operating system from Google. There are three advancements to the Android OS and those were the best one in terms for the comfort of the smartphone user.
There are many options provided below which one you find to be the perfect one for the Android v7.0 N –
Android N Name Poll –
Though according to us there are two best contenders with Android Nutella being the most valuable one with Android Nougat to follow as the next.
History of Android –
If we go back to the history of Android then it is pretty clear that how much Google or Android loves the sweet treats or the sweet food products to be named as the next version of the Android. It’s just in the beginning when the names were just Android Alpha and Android Beta after that there are all the sweet food products are to be followed as the name.
After the first two the names were like Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, GingerBread, HoneyComb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, Kit Kat, Lollipop and then Marshmallow. Now what next is the real big question, if you have any guess then let us know by voting in the above poll or by commenting below in the comment box.
Android N Release Date –
In the beginning the Android updates were launched and released quite frequently but then from last a few years as the company is making its mar in the smartphone OS industry the release of the new version of Android goes to yearly basis. So if we look at the past of the release date of the Android updates so it is quite clear that the Android N release date will be getting the next outing of its during the Google I/O 2016 which may happen in the later half of May or in the beginning of June.
After that when the Android N Developer preview will be over with the testing on all the recently launched Nexus devices from Google the Android N release date will be confirmed with the announcement of it in the month of October 2016. And any of the next Nexus devices that will be coming after the launch will be featuring the latest Android v7.0 N in it.
Latest Android N Features –
Multi Screen Window –
This is the much needed and enjoyable feature that the upcoming Android update will be bringing up. There was a great need of the Multi Screen Window in the new update also the feature was included in the Developer Preview of Marshmallow but the update is not featuring it so it is quite clear that the upcoming update is going to feature the Multi Window feature. And now the desire is fulfilled as the Multi tasking is brought up in this new update.
Improved Notifications –
Yeah!!! now the notification tray of the Android smartphones is having the feature to reply to a particular message from the notification tray itself. Now you can see a shortcut when you pull down the shade just once and you will get the shortcut to the notification. And unlike before or right now just by the double or twice shade you can edit the toggles that you want to use as per your preference.
Project SVELTE + Improved Doze –
The DOZE feature that is very good one in the Android Marshmallow is further improved in this new upcoming OS update and now it can dangle the background activities of the device no matter if the device display is off or the device isn’t stagnant. Also the DOZE feature that you use in Marshmallow is not that powerful but this update bring the more power saving. And the Project SVELTE is again helping in the course as it bring three important changes to the OS. Three important changes inlcudes; the OS will not wake up whenever there will be a change in the network that will save a lot of battery and the ACTION_NEW_PICTURE and ACTION_NEW_VIDEO broadcasts have also been dropped.
So for now these are the three features that came forward in the first Google I/O Developer Preview of Android N.