Well, now its just matter of few minutes but still leaks and rumors on their way. Just now we have got a piece of information which is depicting the features of the new Android 5.0 or ‘Lollipop’.
Tutto Android, which stumbled on the log that has almost 100,000 lines of code, listed several potential new features that Android L may bring. It’s identified here as Android build AAV37C (but with an L prefix), and like we heard would be happening in a future Android release, ART look like it’s the default runtime. Other changes point to a possible global search feature, examining both local documents and those in the cloud, and there’s something called “Volta” popping up here, but there’s little indication for just what it might be, nor if it’s something like an internal Google tool that wouldn’t be in a public release, anyway.
The publication discovered new Google preinstalled apps, including MusicFX.apk andTeleService.apk, although the log doesn’t reveal what the apps actually do. Similarly, new “Tag” apps including TagGoogle.apk and NfcNci.apk have been found, with the second one being related to NFC support. There’s also volta.apk application found in the log.
You can check the full log via source link below.
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