Android "M" already talked about by developers

Android logoAndroid "L", which could end up being Lemon Meringue Pie, has yet to find its way inside an Android device. Speculation calls for the new version of Android to be available before the end of the year. Even though Android "L" has yet to be made available to Android users, already developers are talking about Android "M" as the follow-up to Android "L".

The discussions that mentioned Android "M" aren't anything that Android users would find interesting, although developers might. Based on the time between the introduction of KitKat and the expected release of Android "L", we could see Android "M" get pushed out sometime at the end of next year or early in 2016.

Android M already talked about by developers

You can check out early discussions about Google "M" by clicking on the slideshow below. In keeping with Google's naming policy for different builds of its Android OS, what do you think the "M" will stand for? Marshmallows is one guess.

Source: phoneArena

Tags: Android, Google, OSes

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