Google to Launch Android One With Lollipop 5.1 in Indonesia This Month

Ahmed Bilal
Posted 2 years ago

Google is planning to launch Android One in Indonesia this month and appears to be certain about Android Lollipop 5.1 coming besides the Smartphone itself.

High Quality, affordable smartphones coming to Indonesia with Android Lollipop 5.1 in hand

Android One is now reaching Indonesia this month which makes it the fifth most privileged country to have Android One rolling in, Google announced. Other four includes India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. According to their global initiative, Android One plans to bring high quality smart phones to as many countries as possible.

Android One 

The bigger news behind the Android One rolling in is that it is shipped with the Android 5.1 Lollipop. Before today, the most recent version of Android was 5.0 lollipop which also debuted last November.


Recent developments also shown that Android Lollipop might also be ready to be used in Google Nexus devices. Google’s Product Management VP also addressed company’s latest advances regarding Android One’s receiving in the new country. “In Indonesia, we’re working with leading partners Evercross, Mito and Nexian to make high-quality smartphones for less than IDR 1.5 million.” However no official changelog is available as of yet in the new Android Lollipop but new features has been leaked out which are yet to be exposed of in the market.

Referring to the partner’s smartphones, Google said in a blog post :

“Each one runs the latest version of Android (Lollipop) — the fastest, most responsive Android experience ever with up to 2x better performance than the previous version. The battery saver can help extend batteries by up to 90 minutes. Android’s new look, material design, has smooth scrolling and edge-to-edge graphics. There are also quick settings to conserve data: it takes just two quick swipes to turn off data and check data usage”.

An unofficial changelog posted by Android pit last month states the improvements such as “Silent mode added after missing on Android 5.0, General improvements in system stability, Improved RAM management, Fixes for sudden app closures, Improved battery management, Excessive consumption of network devices when using Wi-Fi fixed, Issues with wireless connections fixed, Problems with Ok Google function solved, Notifications problems solved, Some sound problems experienced by certain devices fixed, Other improvements and changes, Changes in the Material Design color palette”.

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