After an extended testing and preview period the moment has come for which the Android fans have been eagerly waiting for. Google has announced the final release details of the Android L.The Android L will be actually called as the Android 5.0 Android Lollipop. The Android Lollipop is proclaimed to be one of the biggest updates to Android.
The new Android 5.0 comes along with a new radical design, 5000 new APIs, and will be available for developer previews very soon, and it’s going to be beyond the mobile form factor.Android 5.0 is the first version of Android that has been optimized for 64 – bit architecture structure. This new Android version will be faster and will provide better performance then the previous Android versions.
Android Lollipop’s new features will come in the form of visual enhancements and user interface changes.(Termed by Google as Material Design).This new Android version will offer new flatter icons, more fluid animations, a newly and improved multitasking menu, new ways to interact with your voice and an option that will enable you to delete email messages from your device’s lock screen or from your notifications center without opening the actual Gmail to delete them.
Android 5.0 also comes along with many improvements to the battery efficiency. Google’s Project Volta Battery Saver mode is integrated by default too , which can lengthen your battery use to 90 mins even when your device is low on power.
The new Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 launching this year till November’s first week will be featuring Android 5.0. Also the Android 5.0 update will be released for the Nexus 5 , 7 and Nexus 10 but there is no such news for the Android 5.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G3 and other popular Android Devices.
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