Android N shows the navigation menu inside the screenshot settings
The screenshot shows a page for toggling Bluetooth and a hamburger button at the top left, which is not available in Android Marshmallow
The official developer site of Android has posted a screenshot for an unpublished version of the operating system, probably Android N. The screenshot shows the day-night theme on the page to toggle Bluetooth and has a hamburger button at the top left. This button is not present in Android Marshmallow, and so, may be a feature present in later iterations of the OS. The hamburger button indicates that there is a side drawer, which probably lists all sections of the settings menu. So, instead of going back to the original settings and choosing another option, users can open the drawers and go directly to another setting.
Google is expected to unveil Android N at the Google I / O event on May 18-20. The company unveiled the Android M at the same event last year. The company may also feature an updated version of its Google Cardboard VR headset. The report says that the new headset will be in direct competition with Samsung’s Gear VR. It is recommended to come with additional sensors and lenses and is expected to be built using plastic. Like the Gear VR, the upcoming device can still rely on smartphones for power and functionality.