- Oct 6, 2011
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We are finally starting to see the first rumors pop up for the next iteration of Android, Android O, which we expect to be announced at Google I/O later this year. The first rumor focuses on some of the features that may be included with the new update. One new feature called "Copy Less" is an ai built into the keyboard app which learns and understands the context of your conversations. One example would be if you were chatting with a friend and you bring up a restaurant you could tap an option that appears "it's att" and Google will finish the statement by filling in the address.
Gesture shortcuts may also find their way to Android O. You could draw a C for instance to launch the camera app. We aren't sure if this feature would be relegated to the lockscreen or if it would be system wide. It should be noted that these are only rumors and who knows if we will actually see these arrive with Android O.