If visual voicemail is fully integrated with future phones, as well as maybe some augmented reality gear like the HoloLens, we are getting much closer to the sci-fi way of communication we have grown to envy in the movies.
We’ve got details on the next generation Android OS. The currently named Android M is coming pretty soon. Unfortunately, we still don’t know what the M stands for. Why can’t you just be Mango already? Mangos are such enchanted fruits.
According to Android Police new features of the upcoming OS will include visual voice mail among others still… unannounced. The mold the Android M is likely similar to is that of the iOS on iPhones which make it easier to track missed voice mails and the like. It’s kinda good to know that some still cares about our sorry asses.
If visual voicemail is fully integrated with future phones, as well as maybe some augmented reality gear like the HoloLens, we are getting much closer to the sci-fi way of communication we have grown to envy in the movies. It’s pretty cool thinking about it.
In the coming weeks it’s pretty likely that Android will start trickling down more information regarding the new operating system. At least we have something to look forward to.
Google is also promising better battery life and better control to all apps including those of the third-party variant. But everyone is still more worried about what the M will come to stand for. The wait is painful Google so help us out here.
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