Soon after the first leak of next Android version OS screenshots from Google’s made rounds on the Internet, we found some details and screeshots about Android N.
Just before a day, Google has released a video for its Maps app that may have revealed a major design change in the latest version of the operating system – no app drawer.
Official Twitter handle posted video with first look of Android N.
In video they shared detailing new features of Google Maps, in Nexus 6p Smartphone. You can clearly see the missing app drawer in that video. Instead, the Nexus 6P’s home screen in the video shows the Dialler, Contacts, and Camera apps in the bottom dock, apart from apps for Search, Chrome, Maps, Photos, and Hangouts.
If true, the revamp flies in the face of recent changes made by Google in Marshmallow, which brought improved search and listing options for the app drawer.
Android police also shared some new mock-up screenshots of Android N showing tweaks in notifications tab as well as quick settings panel. – Android Police
It’s worth mentioning that the spotted screenshots or the shared video claimed to be from Android N may be early version of the OS and we may see a lot of changes in the final build.