Few days ago we have seen some glimpse of Google’s new operating system Android N. The Android Police now has a better look at the new design changes. Android Police posted the screenshots of the new operating system showing the notification bar and quick setting Menu.
The biggest change is the addition of a quick setting pane in the notification shade, which gives you access to quick settings like Wi-Fi, Mobile Data, Battery, Do not disturb and flash light. You can access the rest of the quick setting area by pulling down this pane.
Other changes include the new notification card design, UI tuning and addition of the Dark theme which was removed from the Marshmallow at the last moment for some unknown reasons. There is no news on Google planning to ditch the App drawer in the new built.
Android Police says this screenshots are from the very early version of the built, that means some things can change between this and the final built. Checkout the screenshots below,
Stay tuned for updates.
Source: Android Police
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