Android “N” the upcoming release of an Android operating system. It is Google’s next phone and tablet operating system update.The company has yet to reveal the full name or version number. Android N is purely a codename. There are already a lot of possibilities, but the major front-runners are Android Nutella and Android Nougat. Interestingly, at Google I/O 2016, it was announced that suggestions for the name of the new OS will accepted from the public. Let’s have a look on its specifications and features.
Android N update: Release Date,Features and Specifications
Enhanced Doze Mode:
The energy saving mode Doze has been improved in Android N. Previously, the feature had only worked when the phone had remained completely undisturbed for a long time, i.e. when you’re sleeping, but now Google says Doze will also save battery any time the screen is turned off.
Android N Multi-Tasking:
There are two handy new features in multi-tasking on Android N. First up is a Clear All button at the top of the multi-tasking menu.This allows you to close all applications running in the background with a single tap.Secondly, Google’s added Quick Switch to Android N. This lets you jump back to the previous application with a double tap of the recent (multi-tasking) button in the navigation bar.
New Quick Settings Menu:
Google is adding a new quick settings menu to the notifications shade you pull down from the top. It’s a lot like the one Samsung, LG and every other Android manufacturer seems to use.
Google’s not done with the way Android N changes notifications. It also announced that notification cards will be grouped together if they’re from the same app.There’s more control over your notifications in Android N, as now you can long press on a notification to either silence future notifications, or turn them off completely.
Google has confirmed the new “Launcher Shortcuts” feature that debuted in the second beta for Android N is ready for pressure sensitive display technology.It will make it easier for Android manufacturers to bring 3D Touch-like technology to Android handsets as it’s baked directly into the OS.
Android N will also bring support for Unicode 9, which among other things will see the introduction of 72 new emoji.
Android N release date:
The official Android N launch date is still several months away, however Google announced at its IO event that it would launch “later this summer”. So guys just wait for few more months and then enjoy the updated version of Andriod operating system.