As expected, Google has finally made the Android M official. From the stage of Google I/O 2015, Google unveiled the Android Lollipop successor. Launching the pre-release version for testing purposes, Google said that the full version will be released later this year.

At Google I/O 2015 in San Francisco, Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of products at Google said the Google has “gone back to the basics” with Android M and focused on improving the quality of platform.

Android Lollipop- the biggest changes in Android, brought the visual treat to users with material design. Android M aims to bring the stability improvements that will be crucial in long-term frills.

Take a look at the first pictures of Android M below:

Android M launcher
Android M Memory Manager
Android M App Permissions
Android M System Tuner
Android M Theme
Android M Theme

With Android M, Google is trying to hit the perfect balance of the stability and features. Working in the same direction, Android M has been made available to the developers.

Apart from Android M, Google has also introduced a new operating system named Brillo for Internet of Things.

Images: Slashgear

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