Google surprised all and sundry with the launch (early) of the preview of Android N. The new functionality that supports the new version of Android is very interesting for those of us who are passionate about green robot operating system, of course. However, always the question of whether what they were looking for users is.
The first problem we face when assessing Android N is that, unless you possess a Nexus (and not all), it will be difficult to see Android N in action in quite some time. In fact, the previous version of Android, Marshmallow, is still at least 2% of the terminals say a lot.
Google still has a problem with fragmentation of versions, but is not new. The terminal update rate makes this new Android surely see M version if we bought a terminal next year, and probably not at all. Continue reading Android N, what users are looking for?