Lollipop has finally got sweeter! Android 5.0 Lollipop will be receiving the first official update and emerge into Lollipop 5.1 soon. On Monday Android official blog got the much waited promise from Google. The Lollipop 5.1 is going to be roll out, through an over-the-air update to Android devices.
After making its way to the users’ hands on last November the Lollipop 5.0 was having some serious issues with the older devices. Various problems including crashes, hangs and performance issues had put Google is a much hurry to update the Lollipop to 5.0.1and 5.0.2 as soon as possible. Yes these updates solved various issues alongside but the keen wish for a fresh update was booming around and inside the users’ imagination.
Well the youngest version must satisfy all other lingering issues. In accordance to their official claim, the newest OS is expected to provide an increased performance along with stable environment and larger battery life.
‘Device Protection’ – the new catch
Among all the very new features Lollipop 5.1 is bringing around, the cherry remains the much awaited ‘Device Protection’ feature. This will make users to block the device when it’s been stolen on lost. It won’t be possible to access the device through factory settings either! Well this is really well crafted and food for tech-hungriest.
Clients can then open their gadgets by marking into their Google accounts. Google said the gimmick will be accessible on most phones and tablets delivered with Lollipop 5.1 pre-installed, including Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 gadgets. The new ability ought to make Android handsets less alluring to cheats planning to wipe them and offer.
The upgrade likewise includes support for multiple SIM cards for gadgets that have more than one SIM card opening. That can be particularly helpful for families who need to impart a gadget between people to distinctive records, or for clients who like to swap out their cards to dodge over the top meandering charges while voyaging abroad.
Introducing “High Definition calling”
Then, Android is boosting call quality for its devices by presenting “High Definition calling” for times when a client is calling over an Internet association. The enhanced sound quality will be accessible when calling between two perfect Android 5.1 devices, notwithstanding the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Superior quality will likewise oblige bearer bolster, which is by all accounts restricted to Verizon and T-Mobile phones. The redesign additionally makes it less demanding for clients to control Bluetooth devices matched to their handsets and deal with their Wi-Fi connections by making both accessible in the operating system’s Quick Settings.
Wrap Up :
Users will be having the upgraded version at different times in order to their type of Android device. Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 do have accessibility already to download the image of the new OS directly from Google. T-Mobile has already started rolling-out the Lollipop 5.1 update over-the-air to the 2013 models of Nexus series (4, 5 and 7).