Google will be having its press event on September 29, and Droid Agency has acquired a number of sources which may hold important details as to what will be announced during the press event, among them the somewhat hyped Android Marshmallow, now available for public testing.
To recap what had happened since the last Google press event, let’s take a look at what Google had announced recently. In the last Google I/O, Google announced the Android M developers’ preview. And just recently, Google announced Android Marshmallow to be the name of the followup to the now mainstream version of Android, Lollipop (5.0, 5.1+). Android M will supposedly fix most, if not all of the current problems bugging Lollipop users, and bring forth many user interface changes, notably the animations and flow of UI objects. It supposedly will go official in the upcoming Google press event, but we’ll wait and see.
Another notable announcement that is expected in this press event would be the 2 new Nexus devices (Nexi, Nexae?). Not much is known yet, but we do know that one of them will be the 2015 edition of the Nexus 5, and the other supposedly may be made by Chinese OEM Huawei. The two devices may be named Nexus 5X and 6P, though these are simply leaks that have gone out onto the Net, and may not be what Google will announce.
It seems like a new feature called Nexus Protect will also be announced, though we are again not really sure what it will do, as these are again, leaks provided by sources from the Internet.
New Chromecast features may also be announced, according to 9to5Google.
We will be live blogging during the event, so stay tuned.