Google just released the schedule for its developer conference at the end of this month, otherwise known as Google I/O. We pored over the schedule to check out what kind of events are in store, but everything seemed normal—nothing too crazy, just talk about Android development and a nice long opening keynote.
Apparently Google did have a piece of information hiding in the schedule, however, and it referenced “Android M.” Android Police grabbed an image of the schedule, included above, though it has since been pulled. It seems likely, then, that Google will introduce the next version of its operating system in a similar fashion to how it introduced Android 5.0 Lollipop. That began when it launched “Android L” during Google I/O last year.
That’s about all the information there is on Android M, however. But the good news is it sounds like Google will indeed talk about the next major iteration of Android later this month, which may have been in development since at least September, and we can’t wait to hear what sort of changes are coming.
Any guesses on the dessert title that will be used?