While most of us have only recently begun to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow for our devices, Android N is already beginning its move. In fact, we can expect the emergence of a new operating system version of the upcoming Google I / O, which will be held in May.
However, the new leak gives us an early look at some changes to the user interface, which can appear in the Android N.
Using renderers, journalists Android Police show us that Google had planned for the notification bar, and Quick Settings. Now some will appear at the top of the notice the most frequently used settings fast, eliminating the need to do swipe twice to open the tiles such as the WiFi, Bluetooth, or a flashlight.
Of course, you may still be able to svaypnut down twice to open the rest of the tiles, but the quick settings panel now has page navigation, allowing your finger to the left to open even more control tiles.
As far as notifications, it seems, the Google decided to stick to the idea of a card user interface making less prominent application icons. This is an interesting view, and even now appears a little less material, but in general view seems to be more intuitive and less congested.