Android M: here are the expected and most probable new features


With Google I/O 2015 kicking off in a few days, we are probably getting closer and closer to the potential unveiling of the next flavor of Android, the name of which will certainly begin with an "M". Yes, Lollipop is here and it is, all things considered, one of the best renditions of the OS, but Google certainly can't afford resting on its laurels.

At this point, it seems that the next Android, which is internally known as "Macadamia Nut Cookie", will be an update centered around the overall polishment of the OS; an incremental, yet a bit needed evolutionary improvement of the platform. Let's face it, Lollipop rocked the Android world, but not exclusively in a good way: apart from a full bushel of issues and bugs that marred the initial launch of Android 5.0.

Here are the most likely new features that it will come with. Of course, there might be a few surprises, and there better be. Feel free to check out our full-fledged rumor round-up regarding the next flavor of Android as well!

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