Google to still give a name to Android N and Motorola is already talking about Android O
Ironical as it may seem that Google is yet to christen Android N with a suitable dessert and there are already talks about its successor, Android O. If you had checked the ad by Motorola/Lenovo for Moto G4 Plus, you will find that Motorola is highlighting that the smartphone will get updates for both the Android N and the upcoming Android O.
Android O is the most likely successor to the unnamed Android N, considering that Google has been following Alphabet names for Android open source OS since Android Cupcake, back in 2009. However given the fact that Google is just announcing the features for Android N, all the talk about Android O seems far fetched. But Motorola/Lenovo doesnt want to take chances in luring customers for Moto G4 Plus.
In a marketing campaign for promoting the Motorola Moto G4 Plus, Lenovo announced that the smartphone would come with Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box and the option for users to upgrade to both Android N and Android O, according to Chinese website Anzhuo. It’s one of the first official mentions of Android N’s successor, and there’s actually no information on features and options that you could find in the Android O.
While we are at it, Google is yet to name Android N but the obvious choice seems to be Android 7.0 Nutella. The Android N brings many new features to the android ecosystem including native support for VR. You can read about the top features in Android N here.