Android Lollipop



Google debuts its next generation mobile operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. Google's biggest focus with Lollipop is consistency across all devices with a UI called Material that they say is more fluid and intuitive than ever before. You also get a deeper level of customization such as the ability to control when and how you receive notifications to battery saving features that extend the life of your device to up to 90 minutes.

Other new features include encryption that's activated right out of the box, the ability to use another Lollipop-powered phone to log into your phone to retrieve your contacts and messages if you lose your phone, and support for 64-bit devices. Lollipop will be available on the latest Nexus devices that were announced today and will also be compatible with the Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10, and Google Play edition devices in the weeks ahead.


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