Android L- the next version of mobile Operating System
Google wants Android to be part of our life- I/O developer 2014 conference in San Francisco revealed the same.
Google has announced Android L, the next version of the mobile operating system. Android Wear, a custom version of the OS specifically tailored for smartwatches, Android TV and Android Auto, which allows Android smartphones to project data to the vehicle’s dashboard screen.
Android has now more than 1 billion active users around the globe and the company is aiming to reach out to the next five billion smartphone users.
To name the whole package, Google has announced “Android One“, which is described as a reference platform to help smartphone manufacturers build affordable devices with much ease. Google’s engineers will identify and design low cost hardware and the OEMs will manufacture it.
These mid-range devices will be running stock Android, just like Nexus with Google Play. Which means users will get automatic software updates as well as recommended apps from Play Auto-installs.
The specs of processor and memory have not been revealed. However, we can assume that these devices will perform much better than other low end smartphones- as both hardware and software will be made by Google.
Timelines for similar project shave not been yet shared for all regions. We can Expect Google will throb the market with this new venture.