Android is one of the most-loved operating systems worldwide and I know that I don’t need to tell you that. There are over 1.4 billion Android users worldwide. Now that’s a lot!
Although it is one of the most used mobile operating systems out there, it doesn’t mean all’s well. The ubiquity of Android means that it is pretty accountable to all the people that it serves, so it constantly needs to bring out new features to be the best it can.
Oh, and it also needs to bring around those security features every once in a while. So, it’s a pretty big deal.
Android updates are always a tad bit hyped and it certainly lives up to it. Why would it not?
It’s the next generation of software that powers our devices allowing us to do much, much more.
This time around, it’s time for Android N, and is all set to be unveiled at Google’s I/O conference 2016. So, what do we know about Android N so far?
Well, Google likes to release developer previews of that version for select devices, and we’re pretty sure that most of the good stuff found in that firmware are set to be used in the final version.
So far, 2 developer previews have been released for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Pixel ...