Leak indicates that Google's 2016 Nexus phones will come with a bunch of exclusive software features
Night Light, a blue light filter
Starting off with the Night Light feature, the information that we have on this alleged upcoming blue light filter is a bit contradictory. Initially, the first Android N developer preview came with a blue light filter feature called the Night Mode. However, the feature was soon removed from subsequent Android N Preview versions due to performance issues.
As per the new leak, the Google’s 2016 Nexus phones will bring back the feature as the 'Night Light' mode. The alleged leak shows that users will be able to customize the blue light filter to kick in during predefined hours. At this point, it’s unclear if Night Light will be limited to the upcoming Nexus phones, but we’re certainly hoping for it to be baked right in Android 7.0 Nougat. Check out the allegedly leaked screenshots below:
Double-tap to activate the ambient display
Dual-tab settings app layout
Previous rumors have suggested that Google’s upcoming Nexus devices will come with a live support feature. Allegedly, the Google Support app will enable live screen sharing with the Android maker’s support representatives. This new leak claims to reveal the new dual-tab layout of the settings app: one tab will display the usual setting options, while the second tab will probably be a quick way to get in touch with Google’s support team.