Even though we already know that the final name for Android N is actually Android 7.0 Nougat, the developer preview is still considered just Android N. We’ve seen Google boldly take Android to where it hasn’t come before with this update, providing useful features like multi-window support as a stock feature, among other improvements. If you’re currently rocking the developer preview of the mobile operating system, you might want to hit that update button.
Google has just launched the Developer Preview number 5 for Android N. The change log doesn’t really specify what changes, but we do notice that Google is calling this the final preview. After this one we can expect Mountain View to launch its first stable version of Android N, which was originally teased for the end of the summer. What Google does specify are the known issues, which mention bugs in features like multi-window, camera, DND, Vulkan, Android Auto, etc.
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