Android M Could Natively Support Fingerprint Readers

Less than a week to get to boot the Google I/o 2015 (28 and 29 May) continue to appear in the network more rumors about features that we expect Android m, the next major update of the operating system by Google.
If a couple of weeks ago we saw how Android M could include officially a permissions Manager now via Buzzfeed appears the rumor that this new version would give native support to the fingerprint readers.
This rumor is not new, already appeared in Android Lollipop when it leaked in AOSP code that the Nexus 6 was going to have a fingerprint reader, but finally they not incorporated it not finding a fingerprint reader at the height of the iPhone. Google did not want to launch a fingerprint reader that was not reliable on their devices.
If it is confirmed that Android M will support fingerprint readers that automatically would come to say that the next Nexus would come with reader of fingerprints, and here two possibilities: that Google lanze the preview of Android M this summer and release the final version in autumn/winter together with the new Nexus, or that the coming week already release a new device with Android M series. I am rooting for the first thing, that we have to wait to the end of the year.