With the upcoming Google I/O 2016 event, we expect to see Google announce the Android N. Though there is still a lot of speculation about what to expect from the next Google Android version, we can already tell a lot. Perhaps the major rumored change related to the soon to launch Android N, is the elimination of the app drawer (which was missing from the newest LG G5 flagship). However, this isn’t the only rumor to make its way to Android N.
Google has recently posted an Android Support Library v23.2 with the inclusion of a few screenshots. When you first look at it, there is no noticeable difference, until you spot a hamburger menu right within the Bluetooth settings tab. Though there is a possibility that this is perhaps a special developer Marshmallow build version, some report that this is a confirmed feature to look forward to in Android N, though we are yet to confirm this independently.
So what is the function of the hamburger, apparently is launches a side drawer that displays all the settings to the different sections, making the back and forth navigation through the variety of settings easier, without the need of going back to the main settings.
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