Google is holding an important event on September,29th in San Francisco, the tech giant will be announced TWO Nexus flagships. Yes, looks like Google is preparing some very cool stuff for us on this special event.
Google Nexus 2016
One of those flagships will be a smaller Nexus device with 5-inch display built by LG. The second device will be a larger one with 6-inch display built by Huawei. We have no confirmed info about the hardware specs or prices of those devices, yet.
This will be the first Huawei Nexus device to be announced since the launch of the Nexus line-up, but it's the third time Google has partnered with LG on a Nexus phone. Both devices will be the first in the market to launch with Android 6.0 Marshmallow Pre-installed.
Android 6.0 Announcement and Updates
Along with these two Nexus devices, Google will also announce the official release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow final version, after 3 developer previews released in the past 2 months. The final version will pack all bug fixes that was reported in the past previews along with some new features. The current Google Nexus lineup should get marshmallow factory images be early October.
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Surprise! Yes.. Google will officially announce the Next version of its mobile operating system, Android "M" (version 6.0) during the Google I/O 2015 event which will be on May,28th.
Google's session description that briefly appeared as part of the I/O schedule made specific mention of "Android M." (The session in question has now been removed from Google's I/O website). Even if Lollipop has so far made it to just 10 percent of all Android devices, Google isn't slowing down any in pushing the operating system forward to the next level. Android "M" will focus mainly on voice control integration and Notifications features.
"Mobile hardware has adopted the touch screen as the primary mode of input. And with 1 billion active Android users, there's no sign of this slowing down. What if you could provide users with a new method of access to your apps with little to no development overhead? In this talk, we introduce Voice Access, a service that gives anyone access to their Android device through voice alone. We will focus on simple steps developers can follow to ensure that Voice Access provides an optimal experience within their apps." - Google, Voice Access session, I/O 2015.
Android "M" is set to be annouced at the Google's I/O keynote led by Senior Vice President, Sundar Pichai, which will kick off on May,28th at 12:30PM to be exact.