If the information published today on the website Ars Technica are true, then today or tomorrow should appear in the first version of Android N Development.
It seems that at the Google I / O will not see a newer version of the green robot. The update is to bring the action on two applications at once (split screen), a new panel of notifications, improved Doze mode and much more in Android N.
Split screen mode works on phones and tablets, and on one of the screenshots you can see even a button that causes it. Finally, the pure Android users will be able to enjoy working with multiple applications at once, so switching between various gone into oblivion. There will also be “picture in picture”, which is to operate on the same principle as a feature introduced for iOS 9 (only for iPad).
When using the N Android notifications will be displayed on the full width of the display of the mobile device, a high-speed switches settings will remain unchanged.There will also be the possibility of the parts without having to use UI Tuner, which was introduced in Marshmallow. It is worth mentioning that probably will be able to respond to the notification without having to launch the application, so everything will do directly on a sliding bar.
Doze also live to see the improvements and now runs automatically during each off the screen of mobile devices. Unfortunately, there is no detailed information about the amendments of this function, so only testers will be able to see what permits. The novelty will undoubtedly “Project Svelte,” which is to allow and facilitate the operation of the latest Android distribution on less powerful mobile devices.
The development version of Android N will be available for users of Nexus 6P, 5X Nexus, Nexus 6, Pixel C tablet, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player. With the release of a test version of software, everything appears on g.co/android beta, and the pictures of the system will be available on developer.android.com/preview. Google, as usual, says that the software developer and the end user should not use it.