Google recently released a bug fix update to Android Lollipop and currently Android 5.0.1 is the latest build of Google’s world most famous OS. Latest report regarding Lollipop is suggesting something interesting.
According to report Google might introduce Android 5.1 in February 2015, with couple of new improvements in User Interface. It’s unusual if Google is jumping a full decimal point when most of devices yet to receive the latest Lollipop build.
In past we have seen such jumps from Google when they released a new iteration with a new name like with Android Éclair (2.0 and 2.1) and Android Jelly Bean (Android 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3).
Report further suggests Android 5.1 will be having a Silent mode which was missed in Android Lollipop, stability of sudden closure of apps will be improved and improvement in RAM management is also expected in upcoming version of Android.
In Android Lollipop Google paid special attention towards battery issue, which Nexus 5 users faced. In upcoming versions Android users can expect improvement is battery management. Couple of other problems like Notification problems, Okay Google function problems are expected will be solved.
If above mentioned problems will be addressed with this update, then this update is quite worthy of decimal point jump. At the end, we will advise to take these rumours with a pinch of salt because nothing is official from Google.
If Google is releasing this update in February then we can expect more news in coming weeks.