Google released Android 5.0 just a month ago, and since then Lollipop has been trying to establish its position in the global smartphone market. Although many new features and overall excellence, Android 5.0 has many problems that still need to be addressed. According to Android Mad quoted from AndroidPIT and their two internal sources, Google is working on Android 5.1, which is really going to be present as a surprise because the software progress is inevitable. We already know that Google is always looking forward, but what's interesting is that if the rumors are to be believed, we will see 5.1 as soon as the end of February.
This information, though plausible, can be a strange thing. After all, it is usually Google released one or two versions of its OS per year. But the true potential of the 5.1 release, it remains unclear why Google wants to launch a new update so quickly.
Android 5.1 update is expected to bring some of the following improvements:
Silent mode is added after missing on Android 5.0
General improvement in the stability of the system
Improved management of RAM
Improvements to suddenly closed application
Improved battery management
Excessive consumption of network devices when used Wi-Fi has been fixed
The problem with the wireless connection has been repaired
The problem with Google Okay function solved
Notification problem solved
Some sound experience problems with certain devices remain
Improvements and other changes
Via Gila Android
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