Google used to release most of it’s developer preview at the final year of its conference usually known as I/O. This year Google has already released the first two beta for its upcoming version of Android known as Android N.
Today, at the developer conference Google has pushed out its third and big release of its Android N Developer Preview. As stated by Google this is the first “beta quality” loop of the next Android version, so normal users who were worried about the errors that pervious beta would carry might wanna install this version with the peace in mind, however we are still sure that this beta won’t be fully bug free since it’s for developers.
While previous beta were meant for testing, this beta version is assured to give some boost in battery performance as well as fixes some issues. The first “beta quality” iteration also comes with a new update implementation which imitates the Chrome OS update mechanism. To be precise whenever a new software update is available, user can simply download it in the background, so there won’t be any notification about any new available updates and users won’t have to confirm to download it or not. What’s good is that after booting up your Android device you won’t get any”Android is upgrading” screen, so users are guaranteed to have a seamless upgrade process.
The Android N Developer Preview is available for Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C tablet, Nexus Player and 4G Android One phone.