LG Nexus 4 to get Android L 5.0 update
By Adeel Inam
Nexus 4 was the only smartphone from Google that was in question whether the smartphone will get the latest version of Android of not. Last week Google announced that they were going to launch the latest version of Android for Nexus 4 as well and posted a few factory images on their developer’s website.
Looks like Android 5.0 lollipop update is finally here for the Nexus 4 as a lot of users have been reporting to have received the update over the air. The update is of 394.4MB but users are being asked to have at least 50 percent of charge left on their Nexus 4 with 500MB of free storage space before continuing with the update. Do note that OTA Nexus 4 update is in staggered manner which depends from user to user so if you haven’t received the update yet then wait for it as you will get it in some time.
Along with Nexus 4 Google also announced last week that the company would also be updating their old Nexus devices with the latest version of Android including Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013), and Nexus 10 while Motorola will also be updating their newly launched Moto X and Moto G with Android 5.0 as well.
Android 5.0 Lollipop MR1 also known as Android lollipop 5.1 was also spotted running on the Nexus 5 which is also expected to launch soon though it is expected that the new updated won’t bring a lot of new features or changes.
It’s good to see Google including their old devices in the new update as well as Android 5.0 brings a lot of new features and an entirely new look that every Android users wishes to have and now with the launch of stock Android 5.0 for Nexus 4, users won’t have to go with customs ROMS to have it.