Android N to come with Hamburger menu?

As MWC 2016 concludes with some amazing announcements now the eyes are set on the Google I/O 2016 where above all the Android N is going to show off for the first time. Still we know a little about the upcoming Android flavor but considering the speculations we can get a rough idea about it. And based on similar info the Android N was suggested to be lacking an app drawer. Now some fresh screenshots show a hamburger menu in the setting app which is yet to be defined for its real role in the Android N.

The next Android version is reported as the Android N where N reportedly stands for Nougat succeeding the Marshmallow flavor of Android. But like other features of the next Android OS version the naming is also yet to be final. However, it may not take much time getting final as Google has already scheduled its I/O event for mid of May.

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Current alleged screenshots are almost showing the next Android version with some of its key points which are very likely upon its arrival. First the missing app drawer is quite possible as new LG and Samsung overlays and most of the Chinese brands have already dropped it. Making it something different from the older Android version Google may also follow the course by doing away with app drawer.

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And the main thing to notice is no doubt the hamburger menu in the Bluetooth settings section. Further information about the real functions of the hamburger menu remains unavailable but it is reported to be one of the core feature in the Android N. However, based on speculation the hamburger menu actually opens like a side drawer from where users will be able to access all the setting on the device. However, these speculations and the alleged screenshots are yet to verify so that we may get a clearer image of the Android N.

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