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This Is What The Android N Notification Shade Might Look Like

I am sorry, but I couldn’t resist making this GIF.
For those of you who can upgrade their phones, start prepping your devices as the Android N is rumored to have significant changes.
According to Android Police, one of those changes includes a redesigned notification shade – which in my opinion is a huge change  – see the screenshot of the Android marshmallow on the left and the Android N on the right.
It is obvious that the new Android OS will sport a more seamless design, full-width notifications and a barely visible separator.
Also, you will be able to quickly access certain features on your phone like WiFi, battery, flashlight and others – don’t mistake this for the already existing quick access on other versions, with the Android N, you might not need to pull down the notification drawer to access these features.
Do bear in mind that these are just rumors, there is a high chance Google might add or subtract from this.
Meanwhile, almost everybody thinks Android N is Nutella, do you agree?


8 comments on “This Is What The Android N Notification Shade Might Look Like

  1. Stiiz says:

    First of all, I think the notification shade improvement seems cool, and reduces the stress of having to swipe down twice to access stuff like the flashlight, so it’s definitely a Pro feature for me.
    Secondly, @MissTechy, when are you gonna announce the winner of the Infinix Zero 3 competition tho??

  2. micheal adeniji says:

    Google love sweet things.. Android N… The N wil be something sweet.. Lol

  3. Rapheal says:

    if this is true,then i think the proposed notification bar feature for Android N isn’t cool to me..

  4. Bodexowen says:

    I hope Google is still not doing modification… make dem change template(from L to M to maybeN) (still modifying)….Android N would be called “NOUGAT”…..people should drop their own suggestions about what they think Android N would be called….I don’t agree to ” Nutella” oo

  5. for all i know, Google might not even incorporate this feature on the Nutella 7.0. This news is a speculation not necessarily true.

  6. Covenant Oyetade says:

    I have never used a phone that can be upgraded.

  7. Barry says:

    Android ‘N’ is definitely Nougat.

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