When Google decides to launch a new Android OS – and the future of navigation systems

Google is reportedly considering a new mobile OS that will be unveiled next month, and it is being closely watched as part of its effort to modernize the mobile OS.

The new OS, codenamed Future Navigation, is likely to include Google Assistant on top of its existing Android OS, according to the report, citing sources familiar with the matter.

Future Navigation is said to be powered by Android 7.1 Nougat, with an estimated date of launch sometime in the second half of 2019.

It will also include a new version of the Google Maps app, which has been under development for a while.

Google’s Android 7 operating system, codename Android 8.0, was announced last month, but it was not confirmed that it would be the next version of Android, which was first introduced in 2013.

Instead, the news was that Google would be rolling out an OS update in the coming months.

The source said the new OS will be called Android Future Navigation and will be developed by Google’s Mobile Research Labs, the research arm of Google.

The Android 8 update will likely bring several new features to the Android OS including the ability to open up the Android Wear OS.

The report suggests that Future Navigation will likely include a camera, a more customizable interface, and possibly the ability for users to change the language.

It is also likely that Google will introduce new features in the future to improve the way it makes use of the data it collects from its users.

One example is the ability of users to opt out of Google’s “personalized ads” program, which lets users opt out from ads from third parties that use the data to target ads to them.