If a few days ago we wrote about the torture of waiting for Android 5.0 Lollipop on smartphones with layers of customization. Well, in the end neither Google nor Motorola nor anyone Being LG who’s going to hit the table and the one in charge of being the first company that dares to launch a stable version of the new version of Android. When I read it, I was greatly surprised. A step forward that very few expected, and that has raised the alarms positively, in this case on social networks.
LG has issued a statement announcing that this week (as of November 10) the OTA containing Android 5.0 Lollipop will be released for its 2014 star terminal, the LG G3. It is true that est OTA only be launched, at the moment, in Polona. And then, gradually, they will release it in the rest of the countries.
A news that has left us with our mouths open to more than one. We expected Google or Motorola to be the pioneer in this field, as usual. Even more when it comes to companies with the pure version of Android. Recall that LG uses in its terminals an aggressive layer of customization and that, despite this, it seems that they will be the first to launch the lollipop. Adapting a new version of Android to a layer of customization takes time that it seems that LG has managed to solve very effectively.
What’s new in Android 5.0 Lollipop on the LG G3
Among the novelties of this update we can find the redesign of the customization layer adapted to Material Desgin. A very simple and flat layer, but that can be liked by many users. In terms of functionality, the already known improvement of notifications stands out, as well as the interaction between smartwatch-smartphone, with the possibility of automatic unlocking by having one of LG smart watches nearby.
Also The company has also announced that together with the LG G3 OTA they will announce the specific dates for the update of the rest of the terminals, Among those who find the LG G2, from which their owners are already looking forward to their expected update for January 2015. Perhaps we are at the beginning of a twist, and the companies decide to update their devices, practically, at the same time than Google
Surprised? LG intends to be the first to update acosta even compromising the stability of its OTA?