Android M comes with the expertise of Google OS, now ready to light up your Nexus 5 smartphone. With the Android M you can expect many new features which you might have been missing with the earlier Android OS. Here is a brief of the exciting features which are shaped for the utmost experience on the Android running smartphones and tablets.
Among the key features, there is the Doze which gives your device a device a smart standby. The Doze feature comes to action as your phone goes inactive for a set period of time. Unlike the usual standby features the Doze provide a deeper sleep with most of the unused functions inactive to save more power. You will get a doubled standby time with the Doze and your features will work normally when are activated back.
Alongside the Doze there is the App Standby features to assist you in the same field. You can also set standby feature for particular apps to control the way apps behave while the device is not connected to a charging sources. For instance, if you set standby for a particular app to stop connecting to network while not charging, the services will suspend and then restore as your connect the device to charging source.
You may want to have a look on the way both of the battery saving features work on your device. For this purpose Google displays on the Nexus 5 with the developer preview. As experienced by many the results from both features are amazing. For instance, the reports from developers preview suggest that the Nexus 5 device running the Android 5.1.1 took 4% of its battery while the same device running the Android M“>Android M took just 1.5% when used for 8 hours.
The reduction in the power consumption shows the effectiveness of both features and will gave more running time with less charging on the Android devices.