Now that the new Android Lollipop operating system is out in circulation, Google intends on launching numerous updates over the coming months. As is the case with any new operating system, there are typically many updates and patches released following the release to take care of any issues that may arise. There have been many rumors in circulation concerning a new Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update during the first quarter of 2015.
The same is currently happening with the Lollipop OS as the first Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update fixed many bugs on Google Nexus devices. February 2015 is rumored to be the time for round two, and will be the biggest update yet. The Android 5.0.1 Lollipop operating system update is rumored to fix many issues that will help with performance, efficiency, and will integrate many features found to be lacking in the initial launch.
The new Android Lollipop operating system was first launched in a limited market of Google Nexus devices back in November, and over the past month there have been numerous issues noted. Many analysts have suggested consumers hold-off on installing the update all-together, at least until the issues were resolved.
Some of many bugs that are expected to be fixed upon the February 2015 Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update are as follows:
- Enhanced battery efficiency
- Enhanced processor and RAM allocation
- Patch to fix sudden close of apps
- Add silent mode
- Connectivity issues relating to Wi-Fi
- Bugs relating to Okay Google as noted by consumer complaints
- Intermittent sound related problems as noted by consumer complaints
- Improvements in color palette schemes which may occur in a latter Lollipop update
We are expecting to hear more information over the next month on more concerning the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop update, and the expected February 2015 release. Stays tuned for more info or feel free to connect with us on Facebook to get instant notifications delivered to your FB inbox.