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Google Android,Whats after Lollipop-Android M review

Android M next OS for Android phones, detailed review Android M, Google claims, could double the battery life of some handsets, and also includes a new built in payment system. It also revealed new smartwatch software, a plan to power home appliances with a new project called Brillo, and an online photo and video service which will keep unlimited snaps online for free, a Dailymail report says. The upgrade will give Android’s personal assistant, Google Now, expanded powers of intuition that may be greeted as a great convenience to some . However, if you are an Android junkie, you have to wait as the upgrades won't be available until late summer or early fall. Features 1)Android pay  Android Pay you just have to unlock your device, normally as you do, and put the device before an Near Field Communication (NFC) reader device and it's done. Neither is your credit card shared with the store nor do you need to frisk yourself for the wallet. Android Pay works with any NFC-enabled Andr