Yep, Google I/O came and went without an official name for the latest and greatest version of Android, with the world's biggest search engine saying it was "too tough" to come up with a name by itself.
It doesn't look like Google wants you to limit your ideas just to desserts, either.
Android N borrows code from Chrome OS for "seamless" updates, that download and install in the background when you're not using it.
There's a lot of behind-the-scenes tech tweaks going on too, mostly to help make Android a better platform for VR.
There's still time for new features like the long rumoured support for 3D Touch-style pressure sensitive display tech before Android N arrives later in the year.