Google, while uncovering its 2-day plan for the forthcoming Google I/O conference on the site, accidentally uncovered a little portrayal of Android M in the Android for Work Update session on Day 1, which likewise implies that the firm may declare the new OS form at the occasion. The notice of the Android for Work Update session on Day 1 has following been expelled from the calendar.

While Google has not yet declared Android M, the Android M depiction spotted by a few fans unequivocally proposes the organization will uncover the new OS variant at I/O 2015, complete with highlights that will patch up the Android involvement with work environments.

“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,” states the description before being pulled down from the Google I/O schedule.

Google for the most part uses its “What’s New in Android” session to discuss the new highlights that will be coming in the following Android OS. In any case, the firm this time has just said, “This session will highlight the most exciting new developer features of the Android platform.”


The Google I/O Conference will begin on May 28 in San Francisco.

While Google’s most recent Android adaptation, Lollipop, is running on about 10 percent gadgets according to the association’s own particular figures, the Mountain View goliath looks set to proceed with its wants to dispatch another form of Android consistently. Google’s most recent Android dissemination numbers reported that Android KitKat and Jelly Bean are as one running on around 80 percent of Android gadgets, and have seen little drops in offer since a month ago.

Source: Techspot

Image credit: Android Police

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