Friday, 27 February 2015

We still do not know what the L means, but we have an idea of when you'll get

L Android release date

L Android is now weatherproof and includes a handful of new features, a visual check and numerous under the hood improvements to make it faster, more efficient and lighter on your battery, but at the same time we know everything about him is is not yet available for public consumption.

Even once made the launch will be to individual manufacturers to transport you to your own devices, so it is likely that you will still be waiting a while to get on the phone and tablet (unless you have gone completely Nexus already) and more companies have not yet been approached everything with details of when they will bring their phones and tablets.
But we do know some things and we can take guesses others, so read on for all the information and theories about when you can see L Android on your device.


L Android is Google's baby and so you can ensure that some of its Nexus devices will be the first to get it.

The developer preview is now available for Nexus 5 and the new Nexus 7, so presumably will be the first two devices for the final version. That makes sense, since they are the most recent Nexus devices.

As for when it will be, Google has not gone into details, but said Android L should be available "this fall" which presumably means sometime in September, October or November.

And do not forget: Google likes release large updates to Android with a specific device as well, which means we could have seen the Nexus and Nexus June 8 at the same time to join the party Android L.

According to Google supporting their devices for about 18 months, which means that the Nexus 7 original, the Nexus 10 and Nexus 4 could not get the update, but we estimate that there is a good chance that they will, especially in what Google has released Android L source code for all these devices.

Assuming you do get L Android is probably one of the first devices to receive it too. Any Nexus device greater than themselves is almost guaranteed that fails, however, which means that the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S owners are plum out of luck.

Google Play Edition devices such as the HTC One Game Edition and fall playback Edition Samsung Galaxy S4 in the update window 18 months so it is also likely to get it.

Better yet, probably receive the update shortly after reaching the Nexus devices. Technically it's up to device manufacturers, not Google, but as they run Android securities must have a minimum of time and work to improve them.

In fact, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One Google Play Editions began receiving Android 4.4.3 update on a day that Nexus phone is released, so the wait may be small.


HTC has been more generous with their upgrade plans that most manufacturers and it is not surprising given the speed with which you plan to bring the update for users. In a statement, the company said:

"HTC is excited with new features of Android L and we can not wait to share with our customers. We are committed to updating our flagship HTC One family as quickly as possible.

"We will begin deploying updates HTC One (M8) and HTC One (M7) in regions around the world within 90 days of receiving final software of Google, followed shortly after by other family members and select devices. "

Doing the math that means most of the last two flagships of the company should receive L Android either at the end of the year or possibly in January next year, depending on exactly when Google launches Android L.

Let's go ahead and assume that most HTC phones released in the last year or so also receive the update sometime.

As a general rule the more likely it is to get an update on the recent high-profile a device, so that the HTC One Mini 2, the HTC One Mini and perhaps the HTC One Max and some of the latest phones Desire is likely get the update, though probably not until after the M7 One and the One M8.


Samsung is yet to shed some light on when going to bring their phones Android L, which is a shame, given how many people are walking around with a mobile phone Samsung. We can take a guess though.

Assuming throws himself behind Android L, the Galaxy Note 4, can come running the new version from day one and if it is not likely to be quickly updated - Current conjectures have this model to appear at IFA in September, which can be a bit early to launch with Android L.

The S5 Galaxy and Galaxy Note 3 is likely to get the update shortly after its launch, probably within the same class several months deadline HTC is operating under.

Here are the main mode terminals Samsung want to get the update them as soon as possible, not to mention the fact that the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 received the Android 4.4 update soon after launch.

Other phones Samsung may have to wait a little longer as the company is still in the process of bringing Android 4.4.2 to certain devices, however it is expected that most high-profile devices released in the past 18 months 2 years will have the update, including the Samsung Galaxy S4, S4 Galaxy Mini and the yet-to-be-released Galaxy Mini S5.

We doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S3 or something older will receive Android L. is a device that is already more than two years old and some versions that are not even Android 4.4. Samsung also sometimes neglects devices range lower, for example, the Galaxy Ace 3 never got updated, so I doubt they will this time either and the same next Galaxy Ace 4 is unlikely to get a taste Android L.

Samsung not looking great in updating their tablets either. There is a good chance slates recent as your note and ranges Tab Pro S and even the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 L Android but nothing get older or less is doubtful.


We asked Sony about their plans L Android and a spokesman said: "We are excited by the early reaction to the" preview Android L "While we can not share details roadmap, however, we will continue to bring unique software Sony paired with the latest Android experience to as many users as possible Xperia -. so stay tuned. "

So the company remains quiet for now, but the answer does hint that is interested in bringing Android L for their devices, as you might expect.

There is a high probability that the Sony Xperia L Z3 will launch with Android, especially since the Xperia Z2 shipped with Android 4.4.2, which at the time was the latest version and had only been available for a few months. However, once again, the Z3 will be launched in September at the IFA, so it may be a bit early for the next version of Android.

Speaking of Z2, this model is likely to be updated to Android L and users are unlikely to have to wait long for as Sony brought the latest update, Android 4.4.4, for some of their mobile phones within a week its release.

Sure, that is a smaller version, but still shows that Sony is committed to providing timely updates.

We would also expect the Sony Xperia Xperia Z1 and Z1 Compact L Android obtained within the first months it is available. There is a good chance that you will get the Xperia Z too, but she was about 18 months old this is probably the last big update you receive.

As for the tablet, the Xperia Tablet Z2 is pretty much a dead cert, but may have to wait a while because Sony did not bring Android 4.4 for Xperia Tablet Z to almost seven months after the software was available .

There is a good chance that the Tablet Z will get the update as well, but as with the Xperia Z this will probably be the last big update you receive, if you do not receive at all.


LG has told us that currently has no update "on if / when Android LG L come to G3." That "if" does not fill us with confidence, but would be very surprised if the flagship of the company did not have the new version of Android.

Not only would it be a strange decision not to, but the G2 LG got updated to Android 4.4 Android 4.2. Updating the deployment of approximately four months after Android 4.4 in march began, so if the same thing happens again, then you can expect the LG G3 get it early next year. We imagine that the G2 LG and LG G2 Mini probably also update and blow LG G3 is required to be updated.


Vice President of Product Management Punit Soni Motorola responded to a question from a user of Google Plus whether the Moto X L Android obtained with a simple "Yes". So is at least that phone, but Soni shed some light on when.

Before that, AndroidOrigin reported that a customer service representative told a user that both the Moto G and L Moto X would be getting Android, while they had no information on whether or not the Moto E would be receiving.

That does not sound extremely promising for the Moto E, but good news for two other recent Motorola phones. Of course you should take this with a pinch of salt, since it is rare for customer services to disseminate the information before an official announcement.

Still, we'd be surprised if L Android Motorola did not bring to at least Moto G along the X, considering how popular the handset. Motorola UI is very close to stock Android, and so it should not be much work to get new versions launched and again when the company was owned by Google was fairly quick with updates, as expected.

Things might be different now that Lenovo is in the driver's seat, but we doubt that there will be a wait too long to Android in the Moto X L and perhaps also the Moto Moto G and E.


The OnePlus One remains strangely difficult to achieve due to the requirement for an invitation, but if you've managed to get your hands on one you will be pleased to know that the company plans to update L Android (or a CyanogenMod build Android-based L of all anyway).

In a statement posted on the forums OnePlus an official confirmed that not only would be his first and only Android handset be receiving L, but would come within three months of Google releasing a final version. So the same period as HTC in other words.


Like most manufacturers, Huawei has not entered any details about plans for L Android. Unfortunately it is not always the fastest in updating their phones, either, since only recently started rolling out Android 4.4 for the Ascend P6 for example, and the G6 Ascend is still waiting for her.

Last star of the company, the Ascend P7, ships with Android 4.4 and imagine we'll probably get L Android, but possibly not in the short term. We are less sure whether any of the other phones in the company will succeed, but fingers crossed.


If you are one of the relatively few with ZTE may be wondering if and when L Android is coming for it. Unfortunately, so are we and this is a case where it is much more than a "yes" instead of "when".

Fairly recent phones like the ZTE Blade ZTE Blade V and Q Mini launched with older versions of Android and have not updated, so you are not optimistic that they will have Android L.


Nvidia might not be high on the radar of most people when it comes to Android devices, but fans of gambling might be interested in knowing if and when Nvidia Shield will get Android L.

Nvidia told us that "we have worked hard to keep every official launch of Android in the past, as you can see with our laptop SHIELD software and our team is always working hard to bring new features and the latest updates without delay. We try to ensure that the updates come so close to your ad as possible. "

So although it was not so far as to confirm something that sounds very likely to get Nvidia Shield L Android and probably very soon after launch.


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