After months and months of speculation, the tech giant Google has finally revealed the official dessert name of its next major version of Android operating system.
Android ‘N’ will thus be known as “Android Nougat” from this point on. Version has also been confirmed as 7.0. Google is said to be working on two Nexus devices made by HTC code named Sailfish and Marlin that are expected to be introduced later this year running Android 7.0.
Google has also unveiled the Android Nougat statue, in front of its headquarters in Mountain View, California. Check out the video below.
Android Nougat will brings several new features such as Multi-window support, Direct reply Notification, Bundled Notifications, Data Saver, Background optimizations, Direct boot, TV Recording, Number-blocking, partial support for more than 100 new languages and locales and lots more.
As Google confirmed earlier, stable Android N (Nougat) release will be available in Q3 2016, which is this Quarter that ends in September.