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Android 5.0 - Where is my Lollipop?



First unveiled in 2014 as Android “L”, most manufacturers were worried that the unveiling of Android 5.0 Lollipop would be iterative but one year down the line, we have come to find out that this technological jump by Google was one that was truly needed.

An upgrade from Android 4.4 KitKat, the Lollipop is definitely slicker. The new design and greatly improved features was indeed worth the wait. We bet that any phone user is yearning for this Android experience and rightfully so as it represents a fresh perspective in the mobile phone market.


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Google incorporated clever features in the Android 5.0 to enhance user experience. It does cool new things-imagine your phone being able to look different every time you touch it. Android 5.0 also enables its users to enjoy good entertainment across different devices, adjust settings so that only specific preferred people would be able to get in touch and show the user’s inbox alongside an open message. Unlike most common Android versions, the Lollipop is the most realistic.




Here’s why any mobile phone user would not want to miss out on this invention:



The interface

Android 5.0 has a two dimensional effect (material look) that’s more vibrant and makes much more use of interface layers as compared to Android 4.4. The notifications are also less obtrusive. This is the exact opposite of recent trends in UI design, which have all been about making interfaces as flat and simple as possible. Material may be simple, but it's not flat.

Google has also retained the home, back and open applications onscreen, making user experience with Android 5.0 Lollipop very convenient.


Calls

Android 5.0 enables users to make calls through the Google messaging system at a much cheaper cost. However, this does not replace the normal dialer option.


Messaging

Users can conveniently message through hangout applications. Lollipop also offers flawless SMS, video calling and audio features.


Keyboard

The Android 5.0 Lollipop generally has a better landscape. Best of all, while texting, punctuation marks are already there by default. This eliminates the need of spending time looking for a full stop or coma.


Camera

The additional features on the camera (Photo Sphere, Panasoma Mode, Lens blur, post- snap processing) enables a user to easily change the camera resolution and take quality photos. It also allows users to save pictures in RAW format and work all manners of filters.


Notifications

The Android 5.0 lock-screen updates offers the user to easily interact and customize everything. These pop-up on top of whatever you're doing, meaning you don't have to go to an app or drag down the notifications bar to find out what's going on when your phone beeps. Other features included the Android’s Bluetooth low energy capabilities and a 64-bit CPU really lifts the lid on how much RAM Android phones/tablets can actually make use of. Users can also create multiple accounts and use the SELInux application to protect these accounts against malware and other vulnerabilities.


As amazing as the Android 5.0 Lollipop sounds, here are the concerns:


• Confusing user interface elements, especially for first-time users
• Limited multi-pane support-in
• Too many tabs crowd the overview
• The camera application is underpowered

Well, they say perfect is boring. In retrospect, the Android 5.1 O.S which will be unleashed this year is expected to make up for these concerns; it will be a slight upgrade from the Android Lollipop.



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So do whatever you can to get it, have two phones or sell your old one for an upgrade-either way don’t let this pass you by because it’s a really nice toy to play with, period!