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5 Android N features Windows 10 Mobile already has

Google has made its latest Android OS iteration, the Android N developer Preview live yesterday. The Preview has revealed new features that Android N will bring with itself and we covered it in detail on our sister site GadgetOx. Surprisingly many of these new features are already available in Windows 10 Mobile stable release version. Usually we hear many fans cribbing about lack of features in Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile when compared to Android and iOS, but grass may not be always greener on the other side.

So, here are those Five features that Android N brings and it is already available in Windows 10 Mobile. You can read about all the new Android N features in detail by clicking here.


  • Direct Reply: Windows 10 Mobile already allows to reply to messages and supported notifications directly

  • Bundled Notifications: We already have Group notifications on Windows 10 Mobile

  • Data Saver: We have Data Saver feature on Windows 10 Mobile


  • In-Built DPI Settings: Windows 10 Mobile allows to change DPI settings already
  • Dark Theme: It is present in Windows 10 Mobile since long

Though there are two new Android N features that Windows fans would like to see in Windows 10 Mobile.


  • Multi-Windows support
  • Night Mode

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  • Dandun Widiyanto

    Setting menu item, with current state of the setting written below. WP 8.1 has it, but it’s gone from Win10 mobile, and now Google takes it into Android N.

  • Øivind Johansen

    Do you mean multi windows like this on my 950 XL ??

    • Kamal

      Are you teasing smthing?? 😛

      • What exactly is meant by “Night mode” in W10M? In what sense is it currently missing? I create “my own” “Night mode” (for reading in the dark) by, of course, always using the dark theme (AMOLED screen), and by turning on Battery Saver, which also further reduces screen brightness (besides the ambient light sensor set to ‘low’ + ‘auto’).

        • Also, I would like to see one ‘battery saver’ feature from SGS4-S7 in W10M: the ‘greyscale’ display option (first of all, to exist, and then) to turn on automatically (toggle) when battery ‘juice’ drops below a certain user-chosen (slider in BS) level, e.g. 20% or any other.

          • Kamal

            then provide feedback to Microsoft using feedback app.

        • Kamal

          A dedicated Night Mode that makes it easy to see things by making colors warmer, brightness lower and other optimizations. You can do it yourself but always better to have a dedicated one push mode.

  • Adithya Raman