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Android M Developer Preview 3: 5 Things to Know



Android M vs Android 5.1 Lollipop

Android M vs Android 5.1 Lollipop

Android M isn't going to bring major visual changes to Android but it will be bringing loads of changes and features that you need to know about.

Google outlined a number of Android M features on stage at Google I/O. If you tuned into the live stream (or if you were there) you probably caught some of them. Google didn't announce every Android M feature on stage though.

We've been enjoying the developer preview and looking for some of those smaller features not mentioned, and here's a comparison of what's new. This is a great place to see most of the changes thus far, as well as more information regarding what's coming next.

It's recommended that both developers and users get familiar with Android M before the actual release date, but if you don't own a Nexus device you'll have to wait for the actual software update in Q3 of this year. Google has a lot planned, and Google Now on Tap looks to be one of the best smartphone features in years.

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  1. Billman

    08/13/2015 at 5:33 am

    If there are the true specs for the Note 5, then it’s not worth the money to upgrade. I can’t see paying $650 plus to take a better selfie. Compared to the Note 4, the battery is smaller, sd removed. battery sealed, memory only a tad bit better. I can’t see the Note 5 moving much faster than the Note 4. Personally I think its more of a downgrade unless you want a glass phone that will be covered by a case.

    I really hope Samsung has more up it’s sleeve than the rumors and so-called leaks.

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