An official name for Android N isn't the only change that Google made to its public face today. In addition, there are a handful of updated pages for major Android-related websites within the Google universe — for some reason the dedicated page for Android One is gone. Why Google felt the need to get rid of a page explaining its biggest developing world mobile push is a matter of speculation, but it surely doesn't bode well for the low-cost phone program.

The biggest change is probably the main Android portal itself at android.com/phones. Before today it used a grid layout to demonstrate some of the finer points of the latest Nexus phones, plus the flagships from Samsung, LG, and HTC. Now it starts with a carousel of some of those same devices, but as users scroll down they're treated to a cavalcade of notable features. The scroll-heavy design is a pretty common one - you could call it "Apple-inspired" if you were feeling lazy, but it's not as if nearly every consumer electronics manufacturer isn't trying some variation on this theme at the moment. Here's a look at the difference via the Internet Archive.

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Old on the left, new on the right.

Most of the other portals on Android.com have been updated with the same carousel plus features look. Here's a before and after for Android tablets...

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Android Auto...

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Android TV...

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Android Pay, which actually seems less like the new design...

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And the Google Play featured page.

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Most of the changes riff on Google's "be together, not the same" slogan in one way or another. Expect a new slew of changes (and perhaps a couple of cuts to the lineup) the next time there's a big shift in the world of Android.