Android N : Glimpse of Redesigned System Settings App

Android N Redesigned Settings App Revealed in New Mockups, New Attractive Visual Design

Android Police posted one more screenshots of upcoming Android N OS. They shared some screenshots before of new notifications shade and quick settings.



Today AndroidPolice posted one more screenshot of Android N, which is of Settings App. You might have seen new hamburger menu in last released screenshots, Android police says that's just the tip of the iceberg means there is lots more new changes to come.

Here are the screenshots of Android N Settings App :

What's New in Android N Settings App :
Android N Redesigned Settings App Revealed in New Mockups, New Attractive Visual Design

Left: Current UI, Middle and Right: Android N

  • Top-level system settings in Android N will have a bar at the very top with do not disturb status
  • Apparent ability to switch modes from a drop down
  • Also in the top-level settings, you'll notice the divider in between individual items is gone
  • Now there's just a divider between each section
  • Android N Redesigned Settings App Revealed in New Mockups, New Attractive Visual Design
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  • This is similar to the more unified look of notifications in the updated notification shade
  • Hamburger menu is there to help you navigate between different areas of the settings
  • Shows up when you're at least a level deep
  • The items in this navigation list are the same as what you see in the top-level setting list, but there are a few differences between Marshmallow and N.
  • We no longer see Home as a top-level entry—it's probably been moved someplace else. Notifications and sound have also been split into separate menus in Android N.
All these points I got from Android Police.