It is sure only Google Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet will be the two devices with Android L running in them at the moment. However, there are several other smartphone manufacturers who are already announcing to release the Android L update for their devices.
Now Xiaomi Mi 2 smartphone which was launched back in 2012 is apparently leaked online with a running Android L version. However, this could possibly be the clean version of the AOSP which Google launched a couple of days ago.
The news come from a Weibo user, who posted the image of Xiaomi Mi 2 running vanilla Android 5.0 Lollipop. There isn't much info given about what we are supposed to be looking at, though. What looks odd is that the phone seems to have no signal and there isn't a single picture showing it with Wi-Fi on. Thus, it could probably be a non-functional version.
Anyways, the thing is that the phone at least accommodates the Android 5.0 custom ROM. Thus, there is a fair amount of chances of the phone running the new OS version.
However, the Chinese smartphone maker has not formally announced anything about the Android L update for its phones until now.
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