android_n_systemThe other day we managed to get a look at what kind of redesigns Google will be making with Android N. That day we only covered the notification shade, and now a new report from Android Police has revealed that there will be more designs and this time it looks like Google will be making those design changes to the System Settings menu.

As you can see in the screenshots above, the one on the far left is the current design for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However the middle and far right screenshots are that of Android N. However we should point out that Android Police claims that these screenshots are mockups of what they’ve seen, so these aren’t actual screenshots taken from Android N.

That being said, the design changes are pretty obvious. Similar to the notification shade, the divider between the menu items are less obvious and seems to be more seamless as they appear to somewhat blend in together. This results in a more cohesive look, not like there was anything wrong with the previous design, but this does offer up a slightly cleaner look.

Google has also provided users with more information at a glance, so without having to enter the particular settings, you can see which WiFi you’re connected to, if Bluetooth is on or off, data usage, battery life, and more. Of course it is possible that these designs might change ahead of Android N’s official launch, but so far we have to say we like what we see, but what say you?

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