Google I/O developer’s conference 2015 is coming close and the company officially announced their plans for the upcoming event.
While they didn’t openly announce the existence of their next operating system, it is obvious that the time has come to discuss Android M which will succeed the existing Lollipop L 5.0 operating system. It should have a lot of new features, more materialistic design and some innovative features, which we can’t guess at the moment.
According to the news spotted by 9to5 Google, the company will be unveiled Android M and will also discuss more about this brand new feature.
In their official quote, Google has mentioned by the existence of the OS and said,
Android M is bringing the power of Android to all kinds of workplaces. This opens huge new markets for hundreds of millions of devices to workers at small business, deskless workers, logistics and warehousing jobs; all be empowered by adoption of Android devices at Work.
Google Chromecast 2 is definitely another probably announcement but the I/O conference seems to be focusing on games for Google Cast at the moment. They are also planning on other announcements including Android for Work, Cloud Messaging 3.0 and Voice Access.
The Google I/O begins on May 28 which is only a couple of weeks to go. A Nexus phone is what most customers expect but it still is a rumor at the moment. More in-depth information about the possible features and announcement is found at the arstechnica coverage.