Reports suggest that Android M is internally known as Macadamia Nut Cookie
Sweet treats are coming your way this week as Google will be holding their annual developers conference on Thursday morning. The keynote will be featuring a multitude of update from Google and one of them is the unveiling of a brand new version of Android. It seems that Google is continuing the trend started last year by announcing a alpha version of the new Android to developers during Google IO and releasing the final version during the fall.
Last year, unsurprisingly Android L wasn't Lemon Meringue Pie but it was Lollipop. Following on the tradition of Android version names going through the alphabet, this year we're focusing on the letter 'M'. What could it be? There are quite a number of tasty desserts that start with the letter M but at this point there's no solid direction in which Google plans to stop on.
But, Android Police reports that they've been noticing several comments pointing to the acronym MNC on AOSP builds. They have confirmed that MNC in reality is Macadamia Nut Cookie and Google employees are internally referencing the new version of Android as MNC.
However, despite knowing the internal codename, this doesn't matter any bit because the final name will likely be Macadamia Nut Cookie. So what are your thoughts on this internal name, personally i think it should be Marshmallow.
SOURCE: PHONEARENA via ANDROIDPOLICE