Google To Focus On Battery And RAM Usage In Android M, Suggests A Report
With just a couple of days left in Google I/O 2015, leaks and rumors keep the conference in the news. A most recent report makes some predictions about the next version of mobile and tablet OS, possibly dubbed Android M, which is being anticipated as one of the most important releases for the event.
The report claims that the search giant will chiefly focus on battery and RAM usage in Android M. The company is likely to release a developer preview of the advanced OS — something which it did in case of Android Lollipop as well, the report adds.
The final version of the Android M will not hit the market anytime before August. Later, the company will unveil next Nexus device. This will happen in October when Google is expected to reveal the real name of Android. Traditionally, Google names its OS after desserts and sweets. And following the very tradition, Google will name the next Android operating system sometime in October.
The report explains that Google has directed its team to eliminate the unnecessary usage of RAM and look for battery saving processing. Google’s decision is said to be a move to address its users’ concerns about battery draining applications.
Lollipop, the current version of Google’s OS, is going quite popular. But some users have registered issues related to RAM. Now with Android M, Google is probably proactively trying to eradicate chances of such problems. Although recent rumors seem quite believable, but rumors should always be taken with a grin of salt.
Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.