Google confirmed the upcoming Android version features and other details. Know at below.
- Android N developer preview at I/O May 18 2016
- Final Version Will be release in October or early November 2016
UPDATE : Google Released below new things of Android N :
Revamped notification shade/quick settings panel
Quick Settings Panel : Notification Shade
Google released screenshot of Android N Quick Settings Panel : We got first glimpse of it on Android Police they launched it first.
- You can see the really cool sliding animation as the compressed bar of toggles move down to the full QS. Like the notifications, & it's full-width now.
- They Expanded WiFi and Bluetooth icons, which is properly visible in the version we've seen either.
- New edit button They added, which indicating that Google is bringing the UI tuner options into the main quick settings.
Image courtesy : AndroidPolice
Android N Notifications Shade Screenshot : First Look
Android Police has launched the first screenshot of Android N notification shade with new mockup.
- We have noticed that notifications are full-width, and the separation between items is less distinct.
- Each item in the list also includes a line with the app that produced the notification.
- That information is available in the current notification UI, but you have to long-press to see it.
- Notifications also appear to be able to display some limited color text elements.
- App icons are smaller and less obvious as well. See below for a comparison of the old vs. new UI.
Image courtesy : AndroidPolice
Multi-window mode : Google Coming with Multi-window mode for Android mobiles with this update. This feature has been confirmed by Reddit AMA
Better tablet support : They are making this version for more functional multi-tasking (and I’m not just talking about multi-window here), a real push for tablet-optimized apps (rather than just blown-up phone apps), customizable nav buttons, DPI switcher, stock floating mini-apps and tablet-specific System UI Tuner features.
Also Read : Android 6.0 Marshmallow Updates Roundup – February 15, 2016
Moving to OpenJDK from Java APIs : Google is officially be making the switch to OpenJDK in Android N. It’s still Oracle code, but OpenJDK is, as the name, suggests, part of the open-source Java Development Kit.
Google confirmed: “we plan to move Android’s Java language libraries to an OpenJDK-based approach, creating a common code base for developers to build apps and services.”
Stock stylus support : Samsung Confirmed this feature, they hinted at stock stylus support in Android N by planning to retire several of the main S Pen features from its Look API.
New messaging app : Google Planned to introduce an all-new messaging app with Android N to replace the largely unpopular Hangouts SMS/MMs. New messaging app will be based on the Rich Communications Services (RCS) platform, which allows for much more than just talk and text to be shuttled around, including video chat, file sharing and instant messaging. Google has publicly admitted its commitment to the RSC standard, but there’s no telling yet if it’s anywhere near ready for inclusion in Android N.
Expected/Rumours Android N features :
Android users are expecting below features in upcoming OS version.
Android N Rumors :
No Android N app drawer
Everyone knows that there is rumor in market that Android N will not have one of the Android’s most iconic features App Drawer in Android N version.
We found some evidence during the MWC 2016 show, which started piling up, with the LG G5 and HTC One X9 these phones came without an app drawer and the Galaxy S7 having an option to remove it.
While the new Sony still have the app drawer their latest phone Xperia X range does have an app drawer, but Sony’s Marshmallow concept provides a “classic” and “modern” view – with and without the app drawer.
Google Confirmed Android N will not have App Drawer :Google released Google Maps App update official video which as good as confirmation of Android N will not have App drawer.
Here is the Google's Official Tweet with video : Which confirmed that Android N will not have app drawer.
Run Forrest Run! Or walk, or drive, or bike. #MapsAtTheMovies https://t.co/GocsZtDx9Lhttps://t.co/4iOFYbDkl0— Google Maps (@googlemaps) February 26, 2016
Absence of the app drawer in Android N, by showing a Nexus 6P with no app drawer shortcut on the home screen. However, the black nav bar, 5:00 time, Google app re-named as Search and only three apps in the dock could just mean this is a quick render and not a sign of things to come. It would just be a very convenient coincidence if it’s not true.
Android N Name ?Google Confirmed Android N Name: Nougat
Sundar Pichai said he'd ask his mother or let fans vote for the official Android N name. So it's still secret what will be the name of Android N version.
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Source : AndroidAuthority