Google took the time to explain a few of the major features we'll come to love in the next version of Android — still known only as "L" — during this morning's Google I/O keynote, but there were a great many that didn't quite make the nearly-three-hour address. They did, however, make it onto a slide during the presentation.
Here, now, is everything listed on that slide:
- Burst-mode camera APIs
- NDK media APIs TV input framework
- Low latency audio recording audio patch panel
- Improved AV sync
- USB audio
- Cast receiver hardware assisted hot word
- 64-bit trusted execution environment
- Improved battery stats, predicted time remaining
- Battery historian
- Time to charge time on lock screen
- Bluetooth 4.1
- BLE central & peripheral modes
- HFP 1.6 SAP
- Multi HFP
- Map Email
- Open GL ES 3.1 & Android Extension Pack
- Personal unlocking
- Lock to app APIs
- Document-centric multi-tasking
- Lockscreen notifications
- Heads-up notifications
- Do not disturb
- New quick settings
- Phone rotation lock
- Improved game controller support
- Closed caption
- Color inversion
- Color space correction
- Improved text rendering
- Material theme
- Activity transitions
- View shadows
- View elevation
- Path animations
- Color extractor
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