An Android 5.0 Device Appeared On Benchmark Result
Samsung had been Google’s preferred partner for some time, but the search engine giant has chosen LG to design and build the Nexus 4. Sony may eventually get its turn as a new device called the LT30i could already be running the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Results of Nenamark2 show that the LT30i is indeed equipped with Android 5.0. The phone could be a variant of Xperia T, which has a codename of LT30i Mint. Both may have roughly similar hardware specs, with one major difference being the Android version used.
Android 5.0 should offer most features available in the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, including the new photo sphere, which allows users take 360-degree high-resolution photograph. Other features transferred from Android 4.2 would be gesture typing capability, which offers Swype-like typing method. Android 5.0 tablets may also have multiple user profiles, which allow many people to share a tablet.