Android 5.0 Lollipop has landed on Nexus 4 (2012 Google Nexus)
Yipee! Last year, Google had to be forced by petitioning customers into bringing Android Android 4.4 KitKat to earlier Nexus models, however, this year, the software giant is kind of early in seeding the all-new Android 5.0 Lollipop to the two-year-old LG-made Nexus 4.
Interestingly, it seems the 2011-made Nexus 3 whose neglect sparked the complaints last year is still going to be left out on this one; Or maybe there’s still some hope.
Let’s get down to the Nexus 4 update. The upgrade instructions says that you will need at least 500MB of free space to install the update. Google promised better battery life, improved performance — and as you can see, redesigned UI– when it released the Android Lollipop last year.
So, Lollipop anyone? Are you a Nexus 4 user? Have you upgraded? How does it taste?
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