Android 5.0, codenamed as Android Key Lime Pie (KLP), will be the next edition of the world's most popular smartphone operating system. This version of Android is a major refresh and has been highly expected by lots of people. Thus, rumors about its release date and features are rushing everywhere.
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Android 5.0 Release Date
Users who have been waiting for the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie after the Google I/O 2013 was held on May would get something to cheer up. According to some resources, to coincide with Android's fifth birthday and the launch of the Motorola X device, Google is planning to release Android 5.0 in October. This new version is expected to run on a more devices than Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, including those with 512 MB of RAM.
Android 5.0 Features
Besides the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie release date, its features are also one of the most concern things among users. Below is the list of the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie features rumored by analysts.
1. Android Backup. Android handsets lack a full blown native backup. You can sync some data like contacts and apps if you have a Gmail account, but you may lose photos, music, text messages, etc. in the transition when you switch between Android handsets. Google is expected to introduce a backup service similar to the cloud backup service of Apple with Android KLP.
2. Powerful Multitasking. Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is fully speculated to make a multitasking feature that smartphones allow users to snap two or more apps onto the screen so that they can be used at the same time.
3. Enhanced Battery Life. This update is said to make devices more efficient as they gobble up less RAM for tasks and this would certainly make battery life much longer.
4. Improved Messaging. Because of information leaking, users hope that Google make the "Babel" service to allow them to access messages across Android phones and tablets.
5. Find My Android. Since Apple has the function of Find My iPhone to trail after the lost iPhone, many Android devices users expect Google will build the similar functionality in the heart of the OS.
6. Professional Security. Due to some reasons such as the Google Play store being infiltrated with apps containing malware, Android platform's security less than satisfactory. Therefore, it is extremely important for Google to do take more action to build a professional and safer security system.
There should be more features which the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie holds. You can add your comments if you have any wonderful ideas in mind about Android 5.0.