According to well-placed sources, Android 5.0 Lollipop would arrive on Samsung Galaxy S5 this December. The newest iteration of the free mobile operating system would be an added feature that makes the latest flagship handset more enticing to consumers.
As of this writing, Samsung is yet to make any clarification about the report. It is also yet to deny or confirm reported release dates. But for sure, the Android Lollipop would go live on Samsung Galaxy S5 just in time for the upcoming holiday season.
It is expected that after that rollout, Android Lollpop would be launched in other regions. In fact, many users might be impatient to wait for the latest update that could bring Lollipop to them.
Best Android so far
The Android Lollipop is so far the latest and most advanced iteration of Android. As unveiled last week, the Lollipop offers various features like multiple or several user accounts,
default encryption, and guest user mode.
There are additional controls brought about by Android Lollipop like the ability to mute one’s contacts and generate notifications at all times so that calls of messages only from
designated and expected people would appear on the handset.
Moreover, according to many observers, Lollipop’s latest battery saving feature is already enough to make the Android software become a hit. Android Lollipop claims to be able to prolong battery life by as much as 90 minutes.
Android Lollipop is also bringing security to users. As expected, the new operating system may contain basic fixes of issues that hounded his predecessor. Android KitKat was reportedly left vulnerable to many new and undiscovered bugs.
Meanwhile, Android Lollipop is set to arrive on Sony Xperia Z series line early next year. Sony confirmed this a few days ago. If you are curious, the first ever device to get Android Lollipop would be HTC Nexus 9 tablet, Google’s own slate.
Aside from HTC Nexus 9 tablet, Android Lollipop would also facilitate its features on the upcoming Motorola Nexus 6, which is coming in two weeks, or in early November.
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