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New version of Android

Discussion in 'ANDROID Phones, Tablets and Devices' started by rjniles, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. rjniles

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    I see the next version of Android with their sweet treat theme will be "Nougat". I was hoping for Nutter Butter or Necco Wafer.
     
  2. KevinJames

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    @rjniles: Yup. Others were hoping for Nutella. Oh well, the name really is inconsequential. What's more important is advancements it will (hopefully) bring. A year from now, we'll be further down the alphabet and won't even remember what "N" stood for. Fortunately, we'll have this as backup.
     
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    I was hoping for Nougat and even submitted it to Google when they were collecting suggestions :D
     
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    Learned something new. Froyo stands for Frozen yogurt. Now there is a company building a robotic vendfing machine to sell frozen yogurt.
     
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    It doesn't look like they use brand names like 'Nutella'. Now for 'O' ... ?
     
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    @JFB: Orange Marmalade. ;):sneaky:

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    Oreo, Oh'Henry. Yes I know they are brand names but so was Kit Kat.
     
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    #8 KevinJames, Jul 6, 2016
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    I'm rooting for Orange Parfait, but will not lose any sleep over any other name :)
     
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    I tried and promptly forgot about it. Not that it didn't work right, I just didn't find it useful. That doesn't mean somebody else won't :)
     

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