After the grand success of Android Lollipop, Google is gearing up to unleash the next version of the Android operating system. Named Android M, the next generation Android edition is also likely to be named with a delicious food or desert name.
According to an Android Police report, the next version of Android will be introduced at the upcoming Google I/O 2015. The report mentions a scheduled event named 'Android for Work', which will take place on 28 May, at 2.30pm.
"Android M is bringing the power of Android to all kind of workplaces. This opens huge markets for hundreds of millions to workers at small business, deskless workers, logistics and warehousing jobs; all be empowered by adoption of Android devices at work," the event description reads.
Though the currently available Android Lollipop has been made available to roughly around 10% of the total existing Android smartphones, the latest update will definitely cheer up the enthusiasts.
The upcoming version is expected to be a major overhaul as experienced with Android Lollipop's material design. The update will also focus towards squashing bugs, accelerate hardware performance and boost battery life.
For making the Android even more popular, the upcoming edition would also improve the runtime for boosting the device performance. It may also add some features to make the Android Wear based smartwatches integration better than ever.
Google also launched the Android 5.0 Lollipop in the last Google I/O event.
Along with the Android M, Google will probably also shed light on its next generation Google Glass 2.0, Modular Smartphone initiative Project Ara and few more.