Google released the Android L review construct upgrade directly after the Google I/O developer conference. This not only gives developers an opportunity to test out their applications on the most recent redesign, yet it likewise gives OEMs an opportunity to perceive how their applications take a shot at it as well. Today, we’re going to head over the rundown of well-known OEMs and see which ones we hope to see upgrade their lead with Android L first.
Who’s going to get the Android L redesign first?
It’s well realized that Google’s Nexus gadgets for the most part get overhauled with the most recent rendition of Android first. There are dependably special cases to this guideline and we’re witnessing it at this time with the LTE variation of the 2013 Nexus 7 tablet. It is as of now tend to Android 4.4.4 Kitkat. We’re anticipating that Google will discharge another tablet soon and that will be the first gadget with Android L. Quickly thereafter, we hope to see the Google Nexus 5 overhauled, emulated by the 2013 Nexus 7, then the Nexus 4, the Nexus 10 and after that the 2012 Nexus 7.
Motorola has been having some fantastic luck of late with quick Android overhauls. It was one of the first OEMs to discharge an Android 4.4 upgrade, 4.4.2 overhaul and even the 4.4.3 redesign. We know the Moto X and the Moto X+1 will most certainly get an Android L redesign. Gadgets like the Moto G and Moto E may not be so fortunate, despite the fact that we’re prone to see those redesigned too. Motorola can do this in view of their close stock Android encounter, so they needn’t bother with groups of developers pounding ceaselessly at the console for weeks on end. We’re hoping to see Motorola push out their first Android L redesign inside a month after it’s discharged.
Sony is an alternate organization that has been making an incredible showing of pushing out Android overhauls to their gadget. Are their leader cell phones getting upgraded, as well as overhauling many their mid-range gadgets as well? They’re likewise overhauling them really quick as well. Sony is another of the first OEMs to push out Android 4.4.4 Kitkat to their gadgets. Much like with Motorola, we’re hoping to see Sony push out their first Android L overhaul inside a month after Google discharges the source code. With such an enormous redesign however, we could see both Sony and Motorola take two or even three prior months the overhaul gets pushed. We simply don’t have any approach to know precisely the amount of the Android construction modeling has changed.
HTC has been a standout amongst the most transparent OEMs in the cell phone showcase over the recent years. They weren’t generally thusly, yet as of late we’ve seen them set new guidelines for themselves. This incorporates being as open and legitimate with their clients as could be expected under the circumstances, yet it additionally implied giving an Android L ETA. HTC has promised to push the Android L upgrade inside 90 days of accepting the source code from Google. We anticipate that this will arrive on the HTC One M8 initially, took after by the HTC One M7. Much like with Sony and Motorola, this all simply relies on upon the amount things change with this new form of Android.
The group preferences to heap on Samsung for their moderate programming upgrades, and we’ve talked about why they take so much sooner. With many Samsung gadgets being sold at this moment, it will take them quite a while to get Android L onto them. We’re hoping to see the Galaxy Note 4 overhauled with Android L initially, took after by the Galaxy S5. At that point we could see the Galaxy Note 3 overhauled before the Galaxy S4, despite the fact that this is truly easy to refute. They could prioritize the S4 over the Note 3, so we could see the S4 accepting the redesign first. There hasn’t been any expression from Samsung on when they would like to overhaul their gadgets, so we will simply need to play it by ear.
We feel that LG will be the final one of the major OEMs to overhaul their cell phones to Android L. It took them eighteen prior months they upgraded the LG Optimus G (otherwise known as the G1) with Android 4.4.2 Kitkat. We saw them avoid the Android 4.3 redesign totally, to go from 4.2 to 4.4.2, so anything is conceivable with LG. We have seen affirmation that the LG G3 and the LG G2 will get Android L – we simply don’t know when this will be. When we hear something however, we will make certain to tell you.