Google introduced the newest version of Android at its annual developer summit. The preview was known as ‘Android M’ and the company did not reveal what M stands for. Today, Google has announced that the latest iteration of Android will be called as ‘Marshmallow’.
The Android Marshmallow will be the 6th major version of the mobile OS and will not be called Android 5.2 as rumored before. Continue reading “Android ‘M’ is officially known as Marshmallow”
Google announced Android M in May this year at the I/O conference. There has been a number of guesses and speculation about what will Google name its latest Android OS. Now, the company has released a new video that hints at possible names for Android M.
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Google has rolled out Android M developer preview 2, its first update to the software since its announcement at the Google I/O earlier this year. The latest build includes a number of improvements and bug fixes based on developer feedback.
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Sony on its developer page has already released the preview images of the next version of Android – codenamed Android M – for the list of Xperia devices under its Open Device program. Continue reading “Sony releases Android M Developer Preview images for 12 Xperia devices”
LG is said to be working on a new Nexus smartphone, as per a news report from South Korea based publication iNews24. The next generation Nexus phone will sport a 3D camera, said the report.
Continue reading “New LG made Nexus coming with 3D camera and Android M in October?”
A pet peeve of practically every Android smartphone user has been the amount of free storage available on the handset. Manufacturers are notorious for stuffing bloatware on devices with already limited storage and then skimping out on the SD card slot as well. The Nexus line set this standard for increased software stability but it looks like Google has taken a proper about-turn on their stand. Continue reading “Android M to bring vastly improved SD card support”
It’s taken a while but USB, the ubiquitous standard finally introduced a new reversible connector that is termed as Type C. We’ve already seen adoption amongst hardware manufacturers and now with Android M, Google is all set to take it up a notch in terms of capabilities.
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Google just announced Android M, an upcoming version of Android that aimed at improving the core user experience. It is the most polished Android release to date, said the company. There are the six important things that Android M concentrates on – App Permissions, Web Experience, App Links, Mobile Payments, Fingerprint Support, Power & Charging.
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Google is expected to introduce Android M at the I/O conference between 28th and 29th of May. Lots of speculations and reports have been swirling the online world about the next Android OS and today a report from Android Police claims another new feature.
Continue reading “Android M said to debut Granular Permission Control”