The latest rumor is that Android 7 will arrive sometime this month, but it’s unclear if it’ll be an incremental update or a major update.
Android 7’s release date has not been set, but we do know that the update is coming soon.
Google is also reportedly planning to launch a major software update for Android 7, which will include a major overhaul of Android’s interface.
The new design will likely come in the form of a new look and feel, but the biggest changes will be in the software.
Android 7 will include more of Google’s Material Design, which is designed to make the platform more accessible to a wider range of users.
The Material Design theme also brings a few features that will be new to many users.
For instance, Google says that Material Design will allow users to easily customize the notification bar and other parts of the interface, and it will bring new “scrolling” options for scrolling through pages.
The Material Design design has a number of other changes that will likely be familiar to users of the Google Pixel phones, including a new search bar and a new home screen widget that looks a lot like Google Now, which makes the Google Now search bar appear at the top of the screen when you are on the home screen.
The Home screen widget also comes with an option to add a second home screen wallpaper, so it’s not like Google just added a new wallpaper to the Google Home screen.
Android’s new look will likely help the Pixel owners in the long run, but for now, the Pixel line is still limited to a handful of carriers.
If Google really does launch a big Android update this month that changes everything, we’ll be keeping an eye on it to see if the Material Design update is worth paying for.source Hacker News