galaxy-note-4-lollipopAmidst all of the flurry of activity that went on where the Android 5.0 Lollipop updating process is concerned, it might have escaped our attention that the Nexus 4 happened to be the only model out of the lot of “qualified” Google devices to have missed out on receiving the Android 5.0 Lollipop factory image. This might not be the best of situations for such a smartphone which was released a couple of years back, but thankfully, the wait is not going to be too long. Good things, after all, do come to those who wait, don’t you think so?

Google’s Sascha Prüter did mention over G+ that the Nexus 4’s Android 5.0 Lollipop update is “locked and loaded”. In other words, it is ready to be released onto this previous flagship handset not too far down in the future, which means that there is no need to fret or lose any sleep over whether you need to purchase a Moto G (2014) just for the sake of enjoying some Android 5.0 Lollipop goodness in a jiffy.

What do you think would be the reason behind this delay? It might not matter too much to the end user, really, other than the fact that they would be screaming, “Give it to me now!”

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