It would appear Android L, Android Lollipop or Android 5.0 anyway you need to call it, is still not prepared for prime time.
There is a decent risk that another update will be prepared when Google begins satisfying its preorders and when people begin getting their Nexus 9 tablets at their doorsteps. The update will bring the devices to their last state.
As per industry sources, Google is putting the completing touches on Android 5.0 and it is probably that there will be an update holding up when the new Nexus devices begin shipping. There is additionally a risk that Google will have the capacity to blaze a percentage of the devices before they transport, yet remember that transporting is only 10 days away and that it takes quite a while to ship them from China to Europe or USA, the dispatch markets for these devices.
Nexus 9 ought to look top of the line, it doesn’t have a microsd space and rivals the Apple ipad Air 2 and ipad Mini 3, since it is evaluated between the two. It will be fascinating to perceive how market responds to the way that Google multiplied the cost of its tablet in two years, beginning at €199 in 2012, going to €219 for the 2013 Full HD device lastly getting to €399 and a 9-inch device. Simply have as a main priority that at the cost of Nexus 9 you can purchase two Nexus 7 2013 devices or another ipad scaled down 3 and we don’t expect that Android 5.0 and Nvidia’s 64-bit Denver center will have a gigantic effect.
It would appear that Google is encountering a few issues with its OS update, much the same as Apple which needed to defer a few peculiarities from the ios 8.0 and discharge them a couple of weeks after the fact in ios 8.1 when they worked out the wrinkles. The hop from Android 4.4.4, which is accessible on a hand sized scoop of devices ,to Android 5.0 sounds like an enormous jump, however we don’t hope to be blown away. Android 5.0 material configuration looks prettier, it runs local 64-bit applications and will have a couple of pleasant new or enhanced notice characteristics. Since Google Chrome I am right now utilizing on a 64-bit variant of Windows 7 is still 32-bit, just about 10 years after the presentation of 64-bit Windows XP, the move to 64-bit Android applications will clearly take a ton of time.
The sad part is that much after we get 64-bit applications on Android, we won’t see a huge boost in terms of sheer performance.