Google has made public statement about the roll out of Android 5.1 Lollipop update for suitable devices. This is the first update to Lollipop since their debut in November 2014.
The Mountain View-based took their official Android blog to make announcement regarding roll out. They said that they were rolling out Android 5.1 Lollipop update which enhances stability and performance. It gave some new features such as support for multiple SIM cards, Device Protection and HD voice on suitable devices.
The latest Android 5.1 Lollipop update focuses on support for features which would in turn rely on extra software to work. The features such as multiple SIM cards and HD voice calls which the upgrade brings to the table will not suitable with all the devices unless they support these features.
Wit device protection enabled from your settings, lost or stolen device will need your Google account sign-in for access. The device will remain locked until the time the user signs in with your Google account. Your phone will stay locked even when someone resets it to factory settings. Gone are the days when some miscreant gets hold of your device, wipes the storage and uses it as their own or TRADE it off illegally.
The blog also said that this feature will be there on most Android devices shipped with Android 5.1 in addition to Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. The recent update brings HD voice calling on suitable devices. One can get crystal clear calling with HD voice in suitable Android 5.1 devices like Nexus 6 on T-Mobile or Verizon. Apart from this, one can manage Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices from quick settings area.