Google, the brain behind Android, has announced their next Google I/O conference which is on May 15- 17 of this year. The developers have been very secretive on what to expect from the conference, but rumours suggest that it’s about Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. The new Android is expected to get many innovated features, though there’s no official statement about it yet. Hopefully, Key Lime Pie may include some of these features.
1. Improve Video Chat
To rival Apple’s FaceTime, Google may need to have built-in video chat in the Android 5.0. It would be much better if Google will provide its own video chat system in the new version.
2. SMS sync between SIM and phone
Since all incoming messages are automatically stored in phone memory, users lose important messages when changing their handsets. Enabling SMS sync between SIM memory and phone memory would make things much easier for the users to keep important messages.
3. Integration of social network apps
Existing Androids don’t have integrated social networking apps. Other smartphone brands, like Apple, have their own versions of social network apps. Key Lime Pie must have its own integration of social networking applications.
4. Improved battery life
Since smartphone features are advanced and innovated, it quickly drains the handset’s battery. The new Android must be able to maximize extend battery life to support higher handset features.
5. Multi-screen feature
With Android handsets getting larger and larger screen sizes, there really is more room for split screens. Currently, Samsung has the best of this feature, but none of the operating systems has this default feature.