BELGIUM: Google will probably end up rolling out Android 5.0 update to stabilize the software even more.
No one is coercing you to install Lollipop but at some point, you’d be sagacious to get it on board your Nexus 5. It’s Google’s finest update in years.
Only time will tell what Google’s plans for the Nexus 5 are and we’ll be looking on with allured breath. During the launch of the Nexus 6, Android Lollipop was officially substantiated as the designation for Android 5.0, but no information surfaced about when it will be coming to the older Nexus family.
The Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are Google’s first contrivances to come with Android Lollipop, but these aren’t the only Nexus products which will get the latest saccharine treat.
Android 5.0 Lollipop will withal be available on the Nexus 4, 5, 7, 10 and Google Play edition contrivances in the coming weeks.
The rolling out of the update will be done in waves, which will take around three weeks to reach every customer.
We’ve aurally perceived rumors that Android 5.0 Lollipop had been delayed until November 12 for the majority of Nexus contrivances due to the last minute revelation of a few software bugs. With the roll out of the update to Nexus contrivances now commenced, it looks akin to those bugs have been fine-tuned.
Any Nexus contrivances older than the ones we’ve already mentioned are all but ensured not to get it, designating that Nexus 5 owners are plum out of fortuity. Google has additionally corroborated that the Galaxy Nexus will not receive the update.