Android Lollipop update headed to multiple devices


This afternoon several Android devices will see an update to the next-to-newest version of the software, Lollipop. While Android “M” will be the newest for those on the cuff, those working with Nexus devices that wish to see Google’s newest-in-new before-final-release software, today’s update brings several machines to the newest in market-ready action.

The first of these smartphones is the HTC Desire EYE for AT&T, one of the strangest phones on the market today, complete with massive cameras on both its front and its back.


The HTC Desire EYE for AT&T has a 13-megapixel camera up front and a 13-megapixel camera around the back, both of them essentially the same quality. They’re the same model, anyway. The device is known as a sort of “selfie phone” for its ability to take front-facing photos as well as it does back-facing photos.

The Verizon DROID Turbo will begin getting Android 5.1 Lollipop as of this afternoon. This is the newest in new – unless you count Android 5.1.1 that some other devices are getting – and it’s coming to DROID Turbo starting this afternoon for ALL users.



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