Android N Dessert

Android N is coming! Which dessert is your poison?

The crisp smell of Google I/O has not even faded away and this year, Google has brought the latest Android N with great improvements in performance, and security. However, different as before, Google has not officially named it and all Android users around the world will have a say in this matter.

According to the naming convention of Android OS, this latest Android OS will be called Android N. However, what N means is still unclear. To boost tourism, Kerala state in India has been trying to motivate Indian people to name it as Neyyappam, a traditional dessert of local made of Ghee, rice flour, jiggery and sugar.

Android N Dessert

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Although some have debated on Twitter that Neyyappam is not international, considering Sundar Pichai, current Google CEO, is an Indian, it may happen, right?

However, if you are not a big fan of Android Neyyappam, PHANDROID has prepared more desserts starting with letter N. Let’s see what they have there.

Android Nougat

Android Nougat

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The basis for many popular candy bars, nougat is a concoction of sugars, sweets and other complementing tastes (like nuts or wafers).

Android Nut Roll

Android Nut Roll

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A sweet dough that is topped with a nut paste.

Android Nutella

Android Nutella

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A chocolate + hazel spread from Italy. Popular alone, on toasts and pastries or other interesting uses.

Android Napolean

Android Napolean

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A French pastry with cream. Yummy.

Android Noodle Pudding

Android Noodle Pudding

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Noodle pudding doesn’t sound all that good at first, but this Indian treat has thin noodles swimming in a sea of milk and vanilla, topped with raisins and nuts.

Android Neenish Tart

Android Neenish Tart

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An Australian tart filled with cream and topped with sweet frosting.

Android Nonnevot

Android Nonnevot

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A doughnut originating from Limburg. Its name can be loosely translated to “nun’s butt,” which isn’t exactly flattering but describes the knot in the back of a nun’s tunic (which the doughnut is shaped like) quite effectively.

Android Nanaimo bar

Android Nanaimo bar

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A wafer bar with a cream topping and chocolate exterior.

What is even better is that Google has issued a website to invite users name Android N. You can go to https://www.android.com/n/ to submit your name for it anyone. You might win at last. Who knows?

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