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Google Says That There Lollipop OS Will Be Rolling Out “Most” Nexus Users

Google Says That There Lollipop OS Will Be Rolling Out “Most” Nexus Users

by Mark KwanNovember 12, 2014

It’s the day users have been waiting for since Google officially unveiled Android Lollipop last month: Google has announced that the latest version of Android is now rolling out to users rocking Nexus-branded smartphones and tablets.

Word comes via the official Android Twitter account where Google on Thursday declared, “Dessert is served.”

“#AndroidLollipop rollout has started and will soon be available on most #Nexus devices.”

The ‘most,’ of course, refers to the fact that not every Nexus device will be receiving the update to Android 5.0. Google previously said that the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012), and Nexus 7 (2013) will all be getting the Lollipop treatment.

If you’re running a smartphone that is older than the Nexus 4, you’re out of luck (though you’ll still get to enjoy all that Material Design goodness through app updates).


About The Author
Mark Kwan
Some people may call me a geek which I take no offense to. Being a tech enthusiast at a young age, I am a blogger, graphic & website designer, YouTube video maker, and most of all a total tech enthusiast. At such a young age I am totally obsessed with blogging, developing web-sites using CSS, HTML, xhtml, WordPress, and making money online. Not only do I like creating websites I also like using Adobe Photoshop to create graphic designs which are incorporated in my websites. But most people know me from watching my YouTube videos that I film and edit for my YouTube page which include tech tutorials, reviews, unboxings, and anything else related to tech. I have been doing graphic & website design for many years, learning the trade from his older brother. Whom owns his own graphic & website design company.

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