Dec 18 AT 2:50 AM Nick Gray 0 Comments

Sundar Pichai suggests Google may use a poll to name Android N


During a Q&A session at Delhi University, Sundar Pichai was asked by one of the students why Indian sweets hadn’t yet been used to name a version of Android. After joking that he’d ask his mother for suggestions, Pichai said that when the name for Android N is being decided, maybe Google should “do an online poll on what the name should be.”

There’s no doubt that the Android community would love to have a say in what the next version of Android will be. If Google does it right, naming Android could be a massive promotional campaign to promote the operating system. At this point, there’s no guarantee that Google will use a poll to name Android N or any future versions of the operating system, though. Hopefully Sundar Pichai’s off-hand comment is an indication of something that’s already in the works, but there’s really no way of knowing.

If you had a say in what Android N is named, what would it be?

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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