The last developer preview of the Android N has been rolled out by Google a little before its scheduled general release. Nexus devices, Android One devices and Pixel C users can now download and beta test the near final version of the Android N. though the Xperia Z3 support is not mentioned in this release.
Developers can check their apps against the new behavior change such as background, battery and memory optimization with Doze and security permission changes etc. Running apps side-by-side, the ability to reply directly to messages within the notifications and new Unicode 9.0 emojis are a few features that will interest the end user.
Google being just a step away from the public release and the Android N is still not clear of bugs and stability issues such as the DND when toggled trigger a reboot, MapView in multi-window mode doesn’t focus when resized. Some issues like fleshing out support for the Vulkan graphics API, screen zoom issue that affects multi-APK apps, 3D graphics, and a low-overhead API for high-performance is been fixed by Google. The company said that the Google notes crashing when Google Maps is used with Android Auto issue will be taken care off in the upcoming updates.