Wasting no time whatsoever, Google has published Android N Developer Preview factory images on the Android Developers page. Owners of the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player (hello?) and Pixel
C are able to download and flash the Android N "beta" right now, although we imagine Google's servers will be in for a bit of a meltdown due to the overwhelming interest.
The key new additions to Android that enthusiasts will be able to tinker with are 'VR Mode', 'Sustained Performance', and 'Keyboard Shortcuts', among other development-centric things, smaller changes across the board, and lots of optimizations and bug fixes (with plenty of new bugs added on top to compensate). In particular, Sustained Performance sounds like heaven for gaming and other intense applications that task the hardware with prolonged sessions at near-peak performance.
The feature allows device makers to provide hints about their products' performance capabilities for long-running applications, and have app developers tune their code accordingly "for a predictable, consistent level of device performance over long periods of time." This potentially means your phone or tablet will be less prone to heating up and dropping frames twenty minutes into your gaming sessions, for example.
Links to Android N Developer Preview #3 are available in the source link below. Anyone around here flashing their Nexus as we speak?