It seems like there’s a race to get Android 5.0 Lollipop out to phones, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This weekend, LG announced it would start rolling out the latest version of Google’s software to the LG G3 handset.
The plan is to release it in Poland only for now, which is likely a test for wider distribution. Assuming all goes well in Poland, the LG flagship phone in other regions would likely soon follow. LG says it will announce future plans in the near future. It’s possible then that one of Google’s partners actually gets Lollipop pushed out to phones before [company]Google[/company] does for its older Nexus devices, which would be a first.
Typically, the handset makers have taken weeks, if not months, to get Google’s software integrated with their own apps and hardware. A recent exception to that has been Motorola, mainly because it keeps Android…
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