Android N mock ups reveal changes coming to the Settings page

Android N mock ups reveal changes coming to the Settings page
The other day we showed you some mock ups of Android N posted by Android Police, which were based on real Android N screenshots. On Thursday, some more mock ups were posted by the same source, and this time they revealed possible changes coming to the Settings page. One of the changes you will see is that information that you would have had to tap for, is now found on the top-level.

For example, looking at the Display setting will show at a glance whether adaptive brightness is on. Data Usage shows you the amount of data consumed without having to delve further into the settings. The hamburger menu now appears only when you are at least one level deep into the Settings page, and is used to move between different Settings categories. Notifications and Sound have separate listings in Android N, and the Do Not Disturb menu is on the top of the page; it will apparently allow you to change the status using a drag down menu. You probably also noticed that the lines separating each feature are gone, replaced with a dividing line between each category.

We should see Android N introduced at Google I/O which will be held from May 18th to May 20th. Moving out of San Francisco this year, the developer conference will be be held at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View.

Check out the mock ups of the Android N Settings page compared with its current look by clicking on the slideshow below. 


source: AndroidPolice

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