We can only confirm news when the company announces it officially. But this time, it seems Samsung has accidentally revealed the new version of the upcoming Android N OS through a release note of its MultiWindow feature SDK, revealing that Android N will be version 7.0.
The new version wasn’t hard to guess by looking at the major Android versions launched in 2014 and 2015, simultaneously. One would pretty much assume that the new version of 2016 will be called version 7.0, supported by, “This version has been released with Android N(7.0) compatibility,” as mentioned in the release note.
GSM Arena notes that the new version is in line with the previous ones- for instance, the Lollipop OS in 2014 was named 5.0, the Marshmallow version in 2015 was named 6.0, and the Android version of 2016 is likely to be named 7.0. However, we will still have to wait for the Google I/O conference next month when the new version is expected to be officially released.
Android N is replete with several features that enable users to enjoy using their devices more. Some of the new features include the ability to reply to messages directly from the notification bar, enhanced Doze mode, a new notification panel, multi-Windows mode and modifications to user interface.
According to Phone Arena, the version number of Android N will definitely not emphasize its significance, but what matters most is the confectionery-themed of this iteration of Android. The options are innumerable, including Nutella, Noughat, Nut roll, Nanaimo bar, Neopolitan ice cream, and much more.
Learn more about the upcoming Android software by clicking on Android N Developer Preview features. Right now, a number of hardware companies are lined up for rolling out Android N updates to their devices. Some of the major brands are LG, Motorola, Xiaomi, Google Nexus, etc.
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