Google has been doing a lot of work on the new Android Lollipop OS even before the platform was first discussed about officially. And with time passing, the OS has finally become a reality and is ready for all those which are supporting it.
While we are indeed patiently waiting to find out how the OS looks when it hits our handsets, it seems like the platform has already made an unofficial appearance via a previously released LG G3. And we also have some screenshots to prove the existence of it.
LG has different arms around the world, and almost all of them have confirmed that the LG G3 is on track to receive Android 5.0 Lollipop by the end of this year. However, everybody knows that seeing is believing, these screenshots have now become a burning example for the same.
While nothing much can be said officially, it does seem like the leaked screenshots are showing the brand new Android 5.0 in its early stages with some of LG's own customization sitting on top. And truthfully, we didn't expect anything more than what we are seeing here.
"The user interface still employs a pretty heavy dosage of LG influence, though the white-backed notifications and the circular profile icon in the upper right corner show a bit of Google's Lollipop flair shining through," Phandroid writes.
You will have to wait for the OS to appear on your handsets, and when it does, you will see that there's not much difference between these screenshots and what has been offered to you. But we will keep a check on what's happening.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!