The Android 5.0 Lollipop has just been revealed on Google I/O yesterday and fans of this OS really bought in to the hype. The Lollipop will come with a new interface and plenty of new features for users to explore.
While the Lollipop Operating System received a very warm reception, there are a lot of discussions going on about which devices will be covered by the update. For sure, the Android 5.0 will definitely make its way to the Nexus 5 smartphone.
The device in question is the predecessor, Nexus 4. Good news for the said phone’s users as the Nexus 4 will actually get the Lollipop as well. For starters, the I/O conference confirmed that there will be a wide array of ‘L’ symbols for different products. You can check it out
Now, take a look at this image and users should see that same L symbol on the top-left corner of the screen. Judging from the looks of it, the display has a resolution of 1280×768 pixels which perfectly describes the Nexus 4. Still not convinced? Then look at the background.
Once users get the rough idea of what the background looks like, take a look at this image. The wallpaper is a Nexus 4 exclusive and it is not available elsewhere.
This isn’t coincidence. Even Google has removed the Nexus 4 code’s webpage on its website. Obviously, the company is testing out the Lollipop for the Nexus 4 and an update will be coming to the device as well. Users can count on it.