The Next Will Be Android Lollipop

The smartphone lovers are waiting for the new next generation Operating system of Google. Following the last sequence of major builds of Android has gotten their names with a consistency but here, Google instead of referring to Android 5.0, it goes for the Android “L.”

It is now officially confirmed that the Android 5.0 version of the new Google’s platform will be called Android Lollipop. The Android L is lined up with the new Google Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 tablet.

It has some huge changes among these the biggest and also the most obvious is that it has shifted to the design language, “Material Design” by Android’s UX Director Matias Duarte. The certain changes may be bit confusing at the beginning like every new OS but all of Google’s apps along with the third-party apps would shortly be there to conform to the new platform.

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On the new interface of Android L there is a new notifications system with smart filters that appears on the lockscreen, there are more than 5,000 new APIs for developers, Its run time, ART, is officially replacing DALVIK. With the new run time it more efficiently compiles the apps, which would improve the performance of the overall system.

Its battery management system is improved well that can extend the battery performance up-to 90 minutes. The support for multiple separate users on one device is expected in the phones after proving successful on the Android tablets.

The new Android Lollipop will be coming with the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, on the same day. But Google also mentioned that it will be also available to the Nexus 5, 7, 10, and the Google Play Edition devices.

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