Developers, start your Nexuses.
Here s a couple of the highlight features you ll find in the new preview, which build on the features already found in the Android N Developer Preview 2.
The Daydream program, complete with specially designed VR headsets, will launch this fall.
Sustained performance mode API—This lets developers understand how performance will behave when an app s active for an extended duration, taking system-on-chip throttling into account once processor temperatures hit their peak.
That more granular information is intended to help developers create apps that avoid performance fluctuations over time.
Developer Preview 4 will offer final APIs and the official Android N software developer kit, while Google says Developer Preview 5 will deliver near-final system images for final testing before the final release that s scheduled for later this summer.