Google Android 4.5 Lollipop – A Combination Between Android and Chrome

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After the release of the 4.4 KitKat version, it took a while until all the devices were upgraded to this operating system, then minor updates were made, although the 4.4.3 never appeared and the fans are still waiting for its release. But Android 4.5 Lollipop is supposed to be revealed at the Google I/O event.

After the release of every Android version, Google made a lot of improvements and released many updates in order to solve the problems that occurred in the previous versions/operating systems. While the Android 3.0 was created especially for tablets, the 4.0 edition introduced innovative features, to make the user interface more coherent. The 4.4 version, on the other hand, solved some fragmentation problems.

But, according to Android Police, Google intends to improve its services and wants the users to have a better experience, by uniting these platforms – Search, Chrome and Android, in order to build an operating system that can operate on Android gadgets, but which can execute tasks for third parties applications and Google.

The current version of Android allows users to access applications snapshots, but through Hera, the “tasks” and will be done under Chromium – found on HTML5. If Google will make some changes and Android will come with this update for 4.5 or 5.0 Lollipop, it will be a major step.

It is a probability that Android 4.5 Lollipop will be revealed at the Google I/O Conference. The new version will offer support for the graphics chipset and processors found on Android phones and tablets, allowing them to function with extra Ram and advanced software drivers.

According to some speculations, 4.5 will be released in June, this year.


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