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Android 7.0 will be announced a month before iOS 10

The current version of the mobile platform Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow – could not get wide spread among users: at the moment it is installed about 1% of mobile devices. Nevertheless, in mountain view are preparing to introduce the next generation mobile platform.

The announcement of Android 7.0, likely to be held on may 18 this year, and the venue will be the complex Shoreline Amphitheatre, located near the headquarters of Google in California. Information about this appeared in the microblog chapters of the products and simultaneously the curator of the project of Android Sundar pichai.

A new version of the Google OS will include new features, bug fixes, and improved stability. More information on the company’s promise to provide later.

Operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow was released almost simultaneously with iOS 9, but it continues to be one of the rarest versions of the OS. By this time the Marshmallow proportion is only 0.7%. While the most popular modified version of Android to date, Kitkat is 4.4, based on which works more than 36% of smartphones and tablets. The fifth version called Lollipop running on 33 percent of devices.

At the same time, Apple’s, despite the sprawling range of mobile devices, continues to strictly control the process of updating its own mobile devices, achieving by mid-January, increasing the share of iOS 9 to 75%. Against the backdrop of the “Apple” platform speed adaptation fresh Android 6.0 is depressing.

Presentation Android 7.0 will be held a month earlier than officially show iOS 10. The announcement of the new “Apple” platform is expected at the worldwide developers conference (WWDC) in June this year, after which the beta build of OS will get the developers and the participants in the test program. In the “top ten” users will see Apple’s ideas for the development of the mobile OS under the leadership of chief designer Jonathan Quince, who in October 2012 has led the team in designing the GUI interface.

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