Google s Android One website for Indonesia accidentally (or intentionally) yesterday revealed that the next Lollipop update is referred to as 5.1. While there is no word on the availability or an official changelog, a few leaked screenshots reveal some of the forthcoming changes. Also Read - UEFA Euro 2020: Colourful Google Doodle kicks off European Football ChampionshipAlso Read - Fake apps scam: How to identify fake apps on Android, iOS
The changes seen in the leaked screenshots include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth dropdowns in the notification pane, and what seems like a new battery analysis app. Instead of the standard toggle switches, these dropdown menus will let users select what devices they need to connect via Bluetooth, or which Wi-Fi network they want to connect to in the notification panel itself. The battery analysis app seems to bring a more efficient way of keeping track of your battery usage.
In addition to what is seen in the screenshots, earlier reports claim that the 5.1 update will also bring greater system stability, improved RAM management, and fixes for frequent app crashes, Wi-Fi connectivity issues, and issues with Okay Google function among others.
There is no word on when Google plans on releasing the Android 5.1 Lollipop update. Google India however gave a slight hint yesterday when it said that Android One users in India will be getting the Lollipop update in the next few weeks.