The long-standing run for Android N is finally coming to completion as beta version has been released in the second last round. After the availability of fifth beta version, Android 7.0 Nougat ‘preview’ will come to ‘full-view’ but you don’t have to wait for the official news, the latest beta release has it all.
Android N, now we know as Nougat, has been released as “Developer Preview 5” on Android’s official website for developers. This proves that Google is concentrating on OTA updates for Nexus phones or in other words getting the primers out for the official unveiling of Android 7.0 Nougat. Developers and enthusiasts can still benefit from most of the future Android OS version by playing around the final beta version.
Along with the final beta release, Google has “updated system images for supported devices and emulator.” More over “Known Issues” in its stability, multi-window feature, camera, and Do Not Disturb Mode has also been fixed. Moreover, the crashing issue of Android Auto has also been dealt with.
When will Android N be released? Google is going to start distributing Nougat from Summer 2016. Keep in mind the final beta version is literally final so there aren’t going to be any out of the box surprised features.