Taiwan based handset manufacturer, Asus has postponed the Lollipop update for its devices. Initially, the company was supposed to roll out the update during mid-May, but there seems to be a technical issue.
"ASUS team has found some issues during verification. We decided to delay the Android L upgrade schedule in order to provide better user experience. We are currently working on the related issues and will release the upgrade as soon as possible," a company representative noted on Asus ZenTalk.
As of now, there is no official confirmation of the update roll out, but we hope that it will be sooner. Asus devices including Zenfone 4, 5, 6 will get the update in the upcoming days.
Few days back, Asus Zenwatch user received the Android Lollipop 5.1.1 update, which makes Asus Zenwatch the first smartwatch to get the Android 5.1.1 update. Moving on, this update brings changes in the Wi-Fi support on compatible smartwatches.
Moreover, you will also get always on apps, font size options, ability to dismiss individual cards, notifies you when you install a new app, scrolling gestures and a new menu to access calls and apps. You also get a lockscreen now.