Android 5.0

NUU Z8 Android 5.0-Lollipop powered phone is a worthy newcomer

You may not be familiar with NUU Mobile but that's fine. I don't know the brand either but the company isn't really interested in making it big in the United States. No, it has no plans of beating big names like Apple, Samsung, or other Chinese phone manufacturers out there. NUU is content in making unlocked phones and releasing them in the country and making them ready-for-purchase from various networks like T-Mobile, Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, or AT&T. NUU's goal is to reach more people as possible by being widely available and ready for quick use.

Ramos announces Onemos MOS1 smartphone

Chinese startup Ramos Digital Technology has just launched a new smartphone in Beijing. A special tech event was held less than two weeks ago, featuring its first ever smartphone: the Onemos MOS1. Yep, you read it right--Onemos MOS1. The company promised that the unit would be available in August both online and in retail stores. We're hoping to see what Ramos has been boasting about lately including its five-edged crystal metal frame-- a result of some complex process.

Android 5.0 Lollipop rolling out for mid-range Lenovo S60 phone

Remember the Lenovo S60 that launched in India last May? The mid-range smartphone is finally getting a taste of the sweet Android 5.0 Lollipop. From KitKat to Lollipop, the phone is about to get sweeter than ever. Aside from being sold in India, the Lenovo S60 was also made available in Russia complete with it's 5-inch IPS display screen, 13 megapixel rear camera, 5 megapixel front-facing camera, 4G/LTE connectivity, and a 2150 mAh battery.

LG G4 system apps ported to the G3

Quite recently, you will remember that LG launched its newest flagship smartphone, the LG G4, with a spanking new UX based on Android 5.1. It is not sure whether LG will cascade the new interface to last year’s flagship – the LG G3 – but it has been traditional for the Korean manufacturer to at least bring some features from the flagship to the ones down the line. For now though, we have the next best thing – LG G4 apps ported for the G3.

AT&T intros new Lollipop-powered Trek HD 4G LTE Tablet

There are numerous tablets from different manufacturers but AT&T knows how a good price is one of the determining factors when buying a new device. The mobile carrier has just announced its first branded tablet available for as low as $49. This is the company's first venture to stamp its logo on a tablet. It just went up for sale online today, May 12, and should be available for purchase from AT&T stores starting May 15.

Android distribution for May shows Lollipop at almost 10%

Things seem to be looking up once again for the latest Android version. After a slight slowdown in the past month, Android Lollipop, which now covers 5.0 as well as 5.1, nearly doubles its numbers, cumulatively reaching almost 10 percent of the Android pie. This is definitely a good sign not only of adoption but also of helping reduce the extremely diverse Android versions in the market. That said, the major "shareholders", Jelly Bean and KitKat still hold sway, but they are all going down as well.

HTC One mini, mini 2 not getting a taste of Lollipop

We've been giving the premium HTC One M9 and the One M9+ a lot of attention lately but we're not completely forgetting about the mid-range HTC One mini and mini 2. If you're an owner of any of the two models, sad to say, but your HTC smartphone isn't getting Android Lollipop. This seems final when asked last month on Twitter when the Android 5.0 for the HTC One mini 2 will arrive. HTC quickly replied that the model "isn't scheduled to receive the update" and that the Lollipop won't provide an optimal experience for the One mini 2.

Lollipop update for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910) now ready

Ah yes. T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners have been waiting for the official Android 5.0 Lollipop update ever since the CM12 version, AT&T's, and Verizon's Galaxy Note 4 have gotten a taste of the sweet Lollipop last month and earlier this April. We were already told T-mobile would be next and it's finally here and it's even better because it's already the Android 5.0.1 (baseband N910TUVU1COD6) version.
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