Android has been the juice of more than 80 % of the smartphones in the present day market. It has turned out to be the most successful and interactive operating system that the smartphones have ever had.
The formerly latest version of Android, known as Android Kitkat v4.4, has recently got a whole new successor to it, the Android Lollipop v5.0. This is got a lot of brains alarmed which are eagerly waiting to grab the opportunity to upgrade their smartphones to the latest version of Android OS. Well, for such smartphone enthusiasts there is some great news regarding their wait time being too close to get over.
Android 5.0 builds have been released for the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M7, while the HTC One M8, including the Harman Kardon version, and the LG G3 . Galaxy S5 and HTC One M7 owners can already grab their respective Lollipop updates, which should be available as over-the-air (OTA) downloads. Lollipop brings over several interesting features, including Google’s new Material Design interface and interactive notifications.
The phones for which Android Lollipop v5.0 update is already available are:
For more details on how to upgrade to Android Lollipop on your Samsung Galaxy S5, check this video.
New features of Android Lollipop update include:
- Material design bringing complex views and fluid animation to the device
- Unified user experience
- Enhanced notifications
- Battery saver
Note that like every software update, this will be reaching out in waves and not to everyone at the same time. For a safer update, we recommend:
- Atleast 50% of battery charge
- Wi-fi connection