Although, there are several smartphone makers who have announced to roll out the Android L v5.0 update for their devices in the upcoming months. However, it is clear that the first devices to receive the Android L update would be Nexus branded, others would subsequently follow.
In the meantime, if you have questions like, which non-Nexus device will get the first Android L update? We guess the answer has sprung up online. It would be surprisingly Nvidia's Shield tablet. Although, the device is not the one which comes from big makers like Motorola or even HTC, the tablet will apparently receive the update sooner than the rest for whom the same have been announced.
Nvidia has published a video on YouTube in which it teases the upcoming update. The rollout time frame of "November" is mentioned quite a few times, so we're assuming Nvidia's engineers are pretty sure they'll be able to pull it off.
The video also reveals few new features that Nvidia awill be adding in the tablet. The Dabbler app and the Shield Hub will both be updated, with the new versions landing alongside the Lollipop update.
The Nvidia Shield tablet is powered by Nvidia Tegra K1 processor (quad-core) and sports a stereo speakers, an 8-inch screen with 1200 x 1920 pixels, DirectStylus pen, 5MP rear cameras on the rear and front, 2 GB of RAM, and microSD card support.
The official change-log for the update is not available as of now, but since the update is pretty sure to roll-out within November, we will shortly update you about it.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more update!