It’s official: Android N is now Android Nougat
Google has formally reported the name of the following variant of Android. Android N will be formally being called Android Nougat.
The news comes six weeks after Google put the name to the general public.
What’s more, in real Google statue, the Nougat statue is as of now obvious on Google’s grounds in Mountain View.
In spite of the fact that the name may baffle some Indian clients (who were battling for Neyyappam), all things considered, it’s truly the main clear decision.
In an intriguing note, the organization utilized Snapchat as one of the stages to uncover the name interestingly.
Android Nougat will be accessible in the not so distant future and later this year.
Android 7.0 takes after Android 6.0.1, which means Android 6 never at any point had a legitimate 6.X discharge. Android 5.0 had 5.1[.1], 4.0 had 4.1 through 4.4[.4], 3.0 had 3.1, 2.0 had 2.1 through 2.3[.7], and 1.0 had 1.1, 1.5, and 1.6.
What does this mean? Honestly, nothing. Nothing by any means: it’s only a number, a simple approach to allude back to a specific emphasis of the Android working framework. It’s generally enjoyable to discover, in any case. Presently, start clamouring for your individual Android 7.0 OTA.
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