6 Killer Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

October 27, 2014
Pallavi

6 Killer Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

With the launch of Nexus 6, new operating systemAndroid 5.0 Lollipop has been also introduced in the competitive market. Still many people are unaware about it and those who are familiar they have questions which is consistently running in their minds – What is it and how it is different from Android?

The Android 5.0 Lollipop is designed to be flexible which is customized in such a manner that can run on all devices easily. You must have read that “Lollipop – is more than your phone and tablet” which means you can operate your watch, your TV and even your car through it.

Still your mind must be running here and there and want to know more about it, right? So let’s go into more details and scan its features which makes it different and better mobile OS from current Android OS:

1. Pause and later on start

It has features like : While playing songs, photos, apps, searches you can pause and later on start from that point where you have paused it.

 6 Killer Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop 2. Touch and Feel

The other one is to feel same experience when user switches from one screen to another so Google does not change the design and keep it same way as it is in Android Devices. Move to the next feature which is always important when user buys any smart phone i.e. Touch and Feel. It has smooth touch and very intuitive way and user can easily switch between multiple tasks.

 6 Killer Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

3. Check important messages or notification

The other interesting feature is to check important messages or notification from lock screen and directly respond which is so far no other mobile Operating System is giving such kind of user friendly feature and of course how can we forget battery saver feature which extends the life of your device up-to 90 minutes which is surely integral part of any smart phone.

4. Material Design

Not only in terms of Battery backup but Android L is different in looks as well which is known as Material Design. It is in flat looks but with the animation impression it goes well over the tablets, TV screens, watch and in car. Lollipop gives real look through its shadow which is really different feature so far in mobile operating system.

Material-Design

5. Android L performance factor

Android L Performance factor – It is better looking, more faster and efficient as compare to current mobile Android OS. The biggest benefit for Android L to the end users is it does not require to delete heavy apps or readjust apps. With Android L, user can use any kind of app whether it takes more or less memory.

6. Realistic much-device integration

Another benefit feature of Android L devices is to reduce gap between devices mobile and console-quality gaming but also between mobile and PC graphics which displays the result in more realistic environment with more realistic characters and tremendous lightning.

Futuristic Approach for Android Lollipop – It’s not only coming in Nexus 6 but Google is launching it with Nexus 9 and Nexus Player as well. Besides it, Google is giving gift to the Nexus user who is using any model of Nexus whether its Nexus 4, 5, they will get Android Lollipop updates soon 🙂

Also, recently reportedly

Not only LG G3 has planned for Android L updates in their devices but also Samsung is also on the same track and updating Android 5.0 Lollipop in Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 devices soon too though Samsung has not officially made any announcement.

With the upcoming technology not only Samsung and LG is targeting Android L but also Sony and HTC had already announced and confirmed about the updates in mobile operating system in their currently devices and users will get as New Year 2015 gifts by these companies.

  • Prateek Kaushik

    Nice work. Thanks for sharing this. Android L rocks!

  • Thank you Prateek

  • Raj

    This is really a very good article, I was looking for this from long time. Thanks for the article 🙂

  • Parveen Kumar

    Good one. Really a useful share. Thanks. Keep sharing.

  • Shri Kant

    Awesome work. Almost everything you need to know about Android Lollipop (L), just read this blog and also waiting for updates for my MOTO G.

  • Mohit Aeron

    Nice article.(y)

  • Gagandeep

    Good one. Really a useful share. Thanks. Keep sharing.

  • Amit Pushpakar

    Thanks for info, it looks great

  • Rommy Garg

    Its really a nice article on Android Lollipop. Easy to understand about this new Android operation system (OS). Thanks Signity to share this article.

  • Mangesh

    Wonderful article.

  • Paras Thukral

    Was unaware about it. Thanks for the info.

  • Gitika

    Very well written Pallavi… Keep up the good work… 🙂 Thumbs up ! ! !

  • Shiver me timbers, them’s some great inorfmation.