[Exclusive] An Early Look At Android N's Redesigned Notification Shade And Quick Settings Panel

Google Released New Screenshots of Android N show new Notifications Shade and Quick Settings Panel

Google Released one more screenshot of Android N feature. They released screenshot of New redesigned notification shade and quick settings panel, find the first look of it at below.



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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.

Google Released New Screenshots of Android N show new Notifications Shade and Quick Settings Panel
Features :

  • 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.
  • 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.
Google Released New Screenshots of Android N show new Notifications Shade and Quick Settings Panel
  • 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

As it's still very early, Google is expected to release Android N at I/O 2016. We're trying to get more details on Android N, so stay tuned.