After Android M, Google to bring Major Android Release every Year

Google seems well prepared to give its customers something new on each and every occasion. And same is expected now as all is set for the Google I/O 2015. The show is due in hours where some nice and interesting unveiling are expected by the Google.

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Among the key announcements, the eyes are mostly set on the new version of Google’s Android OS. The upcoming addition in the line of Android OS is the Android M or the Macadamia Nut Cookie. The Android M will set the much liked Android Lollipop on back foot with many of its additional features.

The Android Lollipop has brought many amazing additions in the Android lineup which is now expected to get strengthened by the Android M. The new Android M version will have a longer time to reign as compared to its predecessor version. The next version after the Android M will be the Android N which is due in the next year.

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These details, unlike many other are confirmed by the reliable sources. The sources concerned with the Android have confirmed the expected arrival of the Android M in the scheduled show. The reports also reveal some back to back releases by the Google.

It is reported that Google not only planned to release an updated version of its Android OS but also there will be a big package released every year. As the Android M is due, in the same time in next year we will have hands on the Android N. The version will be followed by Android O a year later and Android P and so on.

However, they should not be considered as regular yearly updated versions because Google planned to take its customers high with something new for each year. Therefore the yearly launches will not only polish the old expertise but will also bring something new. You can read more about When is Your Phone Getting Android Lollipop? is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of, Inc. or its affiliates.