Today Google took its wraps off the name for the next iteration Android operating system. Marshmallow was announced earlier this year at the company’s annual developers conference. The update will bring many improvements to battery consumption, app permissions, Google Now and much more.
Today at Google’s headquarters located in Googleplex, Mountain View, CA the company put up its statue symbolizing what’s next, as it does with all the new software releases. The company will continue its “Be Together, Not the Same” campaign designed to bring a clean and easy to use user experience for its users with endless options.
Google currently holds the majority of the pie for mobile operating system market-share and is looking to expand upon it in the coming year. The company believes Android M or as we now know, Marshmallow, will include many worthy improvements. With Google’s recent announcement of Marshmallow, one could expect the highly anticipated Nexus devices to be just around the corner. A video containing the official putting up of the statue can be seen below.