Android L is almost here. Check out the video above, which reveals some of the best features in Android Lollipop. These features include the new lock screen, notifications, settings, and material design.
Android 5.0, aka Android L, aka Android Lollipop is expected “in the coming weeks” according to Google. The new Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices will ship with Lollipop, while other Android users who want to wait for an update for their current device will need to wait a while. Android 5.0 Lollipop won’t be in your hands right away, but a developer preview was released earlier this year.
Google’s official Nexus 6 page states the Nexus 6 is “available for pre-order starting in late October.” You will be able to buy this device from carriers like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. The device will also be available from Best Buy, Google Play, or US Cellular. Re/code says this phone will be in consumer’s hands by mid-November. The Nexus 9 tablet, which also runs Android Lollipop, will ship in early November.