Google to launch its next mobile operating system Android N at the I/O conference.
The screenshot showing notifications tab shows more details while quick settings panel will add an edit tab. The app icons seen in mock-up images are smaller than the current version.
One of the notable changes seen is that the quick settings as well as notifications tab now span full width instead of half of the screen that shows up currently.
Another notable addition seen is the quick settings toggles visible at the top of the notifications pane. Google's new approach to show quick settings toggles in notifications tab seems to be inspired from other Android-based skins preloaded by OEMs. One of the screenshots show notifications tab including toggles for Wi-Fi, network status, battery, do not disturb, flashlight, and an additional drop down button. On tapping the drop down button opens the quick settings panel showing all the options.
. Clicking on the menu slides out the items like WiFi, Bluetooth, Data usage for quick access. The items in this navigation list are the same as what you see in the top-level setting list. Notifications and sound have also been split into separate menus in Android N.
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