Google has eventually confirmed that the official name of its next iteration of mobile OS, which is being called Android N, will be announced in a few weeks. The piece of information came from official Android Twitter and Google+ pages. In addition, a small video attached to the respective post, which is surprisingly hinting at the very different name for Android N since a Google executive said the final name could be anything, not sticking to the category.
To recall the previous reports, Google internally calling Android N as “New York Cheese Cake.” This was revealed by the guys at Android Police back in March, which spotted initials ‘NYC’ in the AOSP repository. The NYC is expecting to stand for “New York Cheese Cake.” However, the AOSP repository names are meant for internal use only. For a better idea, the previous Android versions such as KitKat, Lollipop, and Marshmallow also had internal code-names — Key Lime Pie (KLP), Lemon Meringue Pie (LMP), and Macadamia Nut Cookie (MNC), respectively, which never went official. So the NYC, presumably “New York Cheese Cake” might not be considered by Google as a final name of Android N.
Thanks for your submissions. We’ll reveal the new name in a few weeks! #NameAndroidNhttps://t.co/qLtDZJNe9y
— Android (@Android) June 8, 2016
As you guys already know, there are unlimited possibilities for next version of Android Name. However, here is our query, how would you like to call Android N? Let us know in the comments section below.
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