Google has finally revealed that the new operating system is named as Marshmallow. The new name was unveiled on Monday at a statue outside Google’s office in Mountain View, California.
Google explained the details of Android M at Google I/O in May about this new version of the operating system. Android-M’s key improvements include advances in Android Pay support, sleep mode battery management, volume control changes, an updated user interface, and much more.
Dave Burke, the Google Engineer, who developed the company’s mobile voice search application, shared this photo on twitter.
— Dave Burke (@davey_burke) August 17, 2015
Developers have already tested early versions of Android M with the second release arriving in July. Permission access is a major component of Android Marshmallow.