The news was confirmed by Google via the INQUIRER and will include Google Nexus 4 as well as Samsung Nexus 10.
However, the update only fixes performance and stability issues, so there’s no need to get too excited about the update. For users waiting for fixes, however – it is welcomed news.
The update will fix streaming music over a bluetooth connection issues that users have had to put up with.
Google plans to roll out the update to devices gradually – so no need to panic if your smartphone or tablet hasn’t received it yet. So far, that’s the only info that Google have offered concerning the rollout.
With Google due to announce its next major release, its Android mobile operating system, it comes as no surprise that the update isn’t packed with many new features.
The launch date for the Android 5.0 is likely to be at the Google I/O conference which takes place in May.
So far, it’s still pretty sketchy just what the new Android 5.0 will deliver – however rumour has it that that users will be seeing a Google Now widget along with improved support for multiple accounts together with a better user interface.