It's almost time for the next iteration of Android. We've had access to the Android N developer preview for some time now. Many people were expecting to hear what that 'N' stood for at Google I/O 2016. However, the answers weren't quite as forthcoming as some people were hoping for.
That's because unlike former Android generations, Google doesn't have a name ready for us. That's right, they want your help to name Android N. There are plenty of great options out there that would still fit with the sweet theme that we've seen in Google generations gone by.
For now, all we can do is wait and see which name gets chosen for Android N. In the meantime you can vote for what you think that 'N' should stand for. Let us know what you think it's going to be in the comments below. If you need some inspiration, Google has a video so you can see how the "professionals" do it.
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