Google’s next version of Android, known only to the public as Android L, was first revealed at Google I/O earlier this year. We’ve certainly been hearing and seeing a lot about the upcoming mobile operating system but now we get to see what it looks like with Samsung's TouchWiz interface in the mix.
The gang over at SamMobile recently got their hands on an early build (LRW58J) of Android L for the Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900F). The plan was to make the firmware available for anyone to download but after test driving it for a couple of days, the publication decided against it because it was too buggy and is “slow as a turtle.”
Of course, that is to be expected from an early build that was never intended for the public. Instead, they’ve created an eight-minute video to show off the new look and feel of Android L which they claim will be called Android Lollipop.
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