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Samsung highlights Android M features via an infographic


Last updated: August 17th, 2015 at 08:40 UTC+02:00

Samsung seems pretty excited for the next version of Android, as the company has posted an infographic that highlights important changes that Android M will bring. Google has already given us a good look at Android M’s features, and it’s interesting to see the Korean manufacturer taking such an interest, though it’s not entirely unsurprising as we’re sure Samsung is fully aware that Lollipop was one of the most unstable versions of the OS and will be hoping to make sure its successor can help bring things back to normal.

The infographic talks about things like the native fingerprint support, which will allow users to quickly log in to apps like the Google Play Store (at the moment, Samsung devices with fingerprint sensors don’t work with Google apps), and how Android M will give users more control over how apps work. Of course, Samsung isn’t talking about how Android M will also natively support expandable storage, as the Galaxy devices that will likely get Android M first are all bereft of a microSD slot.

Check out the infographic below.



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