Google unveiled some specifications of Android M, the sixth version of this operating system. We tell you what you need to know about this system that will be in millions of smartphones and wearables for later this year.
Google officially announced the details of the sixth version of the Android operating system, which so far is named Android M. In the event for developers called Google I/O 2015 held in Berlin, it was reported what are some of the features that users of Android smartphones may have in the future. This is something very important to see what Google wants for us in the near future too, as we can be part of the development of apps and so on.
One feature that strikes the Android M is its support for USB Type-C connectors (such as bringing the new Macbook) which are reversible and, according to Google, will help to conserve battery power. This announcement is confirmation that this type of USB will be the standard for most manufacturers in the coming years.
According to a reports, Android M would be release later this year in the United States, pre-installed on smartphones given by AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile in the United States. Fingerprint will be supported, to unlock the phone with your fingerprint (as was said a few days ago) and Android Pay payment system.
The Android Pay app will be the replacement of Google Wallet and have the function of facilitating online purchases on mobile devices to compete with Apple Pay payment in stores.
With the new Android M, Google will seek to preserve or increase the 63.43 percent of the market share that has their operating system against 20.78 percent which is Apple with its iOS.
Doze is one of the most important changes in terms of possibilites, because it is a battery life manager that will help to give you more autonomy for your smartphone or tablet.