As per its routine, Google will be launching the upcoming iteration of Android at the annual I/O Developer conference. The firm has not officially confirmed this information, but a session description briefly appeared as a part of the conference’s schedule mentioned the Android M. The same has been removed from the Google I/O conference website now.
In the last year, when Google announced the Android 5.0, it was called Android L and named Lollipop only after months. Hence, we expect to get to know what the name of Android M will be only in the second half of this year.
Moreover, Android Lollipop has made its way only to 10 percent of the devices in the market and there seems to be no slow down in the update schedule of the system.
The Google I/O conference session descriptions do not provide many details on what we can expect, but the Android at Work session says that Android M brings the power of Android to different kinds of workplaces. Google has already been pushing the Android platform everywhere it can such as on tablets, smartphones, TVs and in cars. Now, it seems to focus more on making the platform enterprise friendly.
Apart from this, another session of the schedule focused on interruptions claiming that the firm has been working to refine the new approach to notifications that came with Lollipop. A follow session revealed a feature called Voice Access suggesting that Google wants to allow users control all the features of android apps with their voice.
To know more details of this upcoming iteration of Android operating system, you will have to wait until May 28 as the I/O keynote will be led by Sundar Pichai.