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Android TV: next update will bring new interface with fantastic …

by Ace Damon
Android TV: next update will bring new interface with fantastic ...

The Google operating system dedicated to Smart TVs and boxes is becoming more and more popular, and as its popularity grows, it is receiving more and more interesting updates. There has been talk for some time about the arrival of a major update that will bring great news and now, we have come to know some very interesting details.

The latest images that show us what the new Android TV interface will look like were shared by the XDA Developers team. As previously mentioned in some rumors, the new look will be entirely focused on content, making interaction with the system much more natural and practical.

YouTube TV and Google Assistant receive fantastic integrations on Android TV

In the new navigation menu, a new tab – Live – appears that will certainly please users, since it places the list of channels and programming on YouTube TV, directly on the homescreen. Apparently, the standalone application will only be needed to access recorded or on-demand content.

Android TV Google Assistant

Google Assistant will also receive major improvements with regard to its integration with Android TV, presenting answers to questions in a complete and interactive way. Whenever a question needs more content to be answered in the best possible way, they will start presenting videos related to the question, as well as a suggestion for subsequent questions.

Finally, the last big news that will be successful is the fact that you can use your Smart TV / Box with Android TV as a real hub for all your smart gadgets. As an example, in the image we see a notification sent directly from the smart bell, where it shows the video in picture-in-picture.

Android TV smart hub

There is still no information on a possible release date for the next major Android TV update, but it looks like it shouldn't take much longer.

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