Talking to students at Delhi's Shri Ram College of Commerce, Google CEO Sundar Pichai stated that the search giant may come up with a poll that lets users pick the name for Android N. When asked about why there wasn't an Android version named after an Indian dessert, Pichai jokingly said that he would ask his mother for suggestions, following up with: "When we're working on the next release of Android, Android N, maybe we'll do an online poll of what the name should be."
During the hour-long session, Pichai talked about his dreams, which included becoming a cricketer, his passion for technology, and making a difference in Silicon Valley. He also shared that he's a huge fan of FC Barcelona. Watch Pichai's session with students from the college here:
If you had to choose, what would you pick as the name for Android N?
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