Technology is increasingly being implemented in cars and users are finding cars with smarter multimedia hubs, for example. Google launched Android Auto , an operating system made for cars that aims to help drivers, but now is working with Fiat Chrysler to offer an even better system.
The technology is being called Uconnect and is still a concept that features 8.4-inch screen. It uses Android 7.0 Nougat as an operating system, which can please a lot of users. That way Google can offer more integration with its products, such as Assistant and Maps, and even with third-party applications such as Spotify.
Unfortunately no information was revealed on what the system will look like or if there will be any changes in Android 7.0 Nougat. Anyway, using Uconnect should be like having an Android tablet as a multimedia dashboard, which can be quite advantageous. So, users should use a familiar interface to control their car and download apps from the Play Store.
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According to what was reported, Google and Fiat Chrysler will join during CES 2017, which takes place within a few days, to reveal how the system will work. There, the two companies are also expected to reveal to the public – and especially to investors – how they intend to produce this system on a large scale. So now only wait for the official pronouncement of Google and Fiat.