Google’s I/O developer conference will take place on this week on 28-29 May at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Where Everyone is expecting that company will release new and updated details about its new mobile operating system Android 6.0, which is currently codenamed Android M.
The rumours says that Android M could stand for Android Milky Bar, Android Milky Way, Android Marshmallow or Android M&Ms since Google has been naming their Android versions after pastries, sweets and in alphabetical order like Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop.
The specifications of what Android M will bring are still a mystery, but we’ve heard a few things that could make this an exciting update. Specifically with Android M, Google wants to focus on improving battery life keeping activities to minimum when the device’s screen is off which can help save battery life in Android also focus on reducing RAM usage.
There’s a chance that company will announcing ‘Voice Access’ so that you’ll be able to use them to navigate around your device via voice. This could probably mean a driving app or etc. According to a report Android M will have a Google’s Android Auto software, and that the functionality may be built into upcoming cars as standard without the need to plug in a device.
Google has also announced to be making more announcements for Chromecast and with Android TV could offer new ways to find content, play games, watch videos and movies and more. Google is also expected to announce Cloud Messaging 3.0 a new version of Google’s push messaging platform.
Android M was recently spotted in the Google I/O 2015 schedule but it was promptly removed this means Android M could be unveiled at Google I/O 2015. Android M release date could be set for October or November 2015.