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Google Accidentally Revealed The Codename of Upcoming Android: “Android M”

After Android L (Lollipop) Google now have accidentally revealed the codename of the next version of Android that is “Android M”. Google has posted the schedule for Google I/O 2015. While the company tries not to give away too many things with the early schedule, the release always ends up being full of new information. We dug into all the session descriptions, and here’s all the info we could squeeze out of it.

In the schedule of I/O 2015 Google accidentally shared the codename Android M. But after sometime the page and the specific event named “Android For Work” has been removed from the schedule. Vinoth Ragunathan, A Google+ user first shared a screenshot on his G+ profile that reveals the name of new Android. See the screenshot of the event below.

This specific event has now been removed from the I/O 2015 Schedule

This specific event which revealed the codename of new Android has now been removed from the I/O 2015 Schedule

The event/session that was removed — Android for Work Update — stated that:

Android M is bringing the power of Android to all kinds of workplaces. This opens huge new markets for hundreds of millions of devices to workers at small business, deskless workers, logistics and warehousing jobs; all be empowered by adoption of Android devices at Work (Note: This Sandbox talk will be offered twice throughout the event. Check the schedule to confirm timings.)

If Google uncover Android M at I/O it wouldn’t exactly be a new thing because Google previously already had revealed Android L (Lollipop) in the I/O 2014 . Google I/O 2015 takes place on May 28 and 29 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center West.