Android N finally has a name, and the name is Nougat.
Google took to Snapchat this year to announce the newest flavor of Android.
In a series of 20 snaps, Google slowly builds up to the big reveal of a giant Android statue standing over some nougat bars.
Not the most creative character of the bunch, but hey.
It's what the fans wanted, right?
During its annual developers conference back in May, Google asked users to help them name the new Android by submitting suggestions on their website.
What they didn't mention was their disclaimer, saying it was mostly for entertainment purposes and that none of these submissions would actually be judged.
Which probably explains why NuGet beat out nacho.
Google announced the latest update to its operating system earlier than usual this year and NuGet is already on its second beta.
Some of its new features include more control from the notifications dashboard.
Mutli window display on mobile and daydream a vr ready platform that will be available on headsets with the right hardware requirement.
Nexus devices will be the first to get the update as usual.
And if the Google manufactured phone becomes a reality, it could be the first one to have it built-in.
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