The Android 5.0.1 factory images for the Nexus 7, 9 and 10 were rolled out earlier this month, and now, later than billed, the Nexus 5 smartphone has joined the party. If you’re a flasher, particularly if you’re in ownership of the Nexus 5.
Android Lollipop is a drastic improvement over KitKat, pushing the new Material Design language that can be seen throughout the Big G’s product line. Many of Google’s services on mobile are already boasting the slick new look and feel of this initiative, and even if you’ve yet to experience Android 5.0 first hand, you’ll have seen remnants of it continually over the past couple of months.
Whether you’ll see a Lollipop OTA on your handset sooner or later depends largely in the carrier and model / manufacturer. After all, the network operator and OEM all tend to make their own little tweaks along the way, and much to the frustration of many users, delay the roll-outs by a considerable lengths of time.
Whatever the case, Android 5.0.1 is ready and waiting for those if you on the Nexus 5, so snap it up below, and let us know how get on with it by leaving your thoughts in the comments section.
Download: Nexus 5 (GSM/LTE)