As you know, at the time of the official launch of the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop old Nexus attention were circumvented the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 tablet version with support for cellular networks. Fortunately, a few days passed, and Google has released firmware for Nexus 4, whereby the most impatient owners LG Nexus 4 could already manually update their smartphones.
For those who prefer the official update via wireless Wi-Fi, had to wait for some time. Now, according to numerous reports, the owners of Nexus 4 already receiving OTA-update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. It takes about 400 MB, but you will need to install at least 500 MB of free space on your phone.
Despite the fact that the mass mailing of updates already started, some users will do it only in a few days – as usual, the update stepwise. Remains also hope that Google and LG when porting the OS on the Nexus 4 had a more serious optimization than when moving to the Nexus 7, 2012 (according to the latest tests, Lollipop does not increase the battery life of the tablet and slightly reduces performance).
At the time of writing the material for the firmware version of the tablet Nexus 7 2012 and 2013 with the support of cellular networks have not yet emerged. But for sure it will happen in the coming days, after which promises to update Google Nexus-phones to Android 5.0 will be considered fulfilled (during the announcement Lollipop company announced an update for all Nexus tablets and smartphones starting with the Nexus 4). Interestingly, at this time, many of the unit (for example, Moto X, Moto G and LG G3) received a firmware Android 5.0 at the same time or even earlier decisions Nexus.
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