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Google reportedly entered in many sectors with announcements at Google I/O 2014. We saw Android One, Android Wear smartwatches, Google Fit, redesigned Chromebooks and much more at I/O. The biggest news of them was next version of Android. Google has changed lot of things in new Android L. It is completely redesigned and made better. Head of Android, Sundar Pichai said that this is the biggest Android update till now.
Google has focused on voice input more in Android L. The new designed Android L comes with 5000 new APIs. The version of Android is available for developers to try as part of preview.
However, consumers are curious to know which of the current smartphones will get this major update in future. Take a look at these five devices that will surely receive Android L very soon.
1. HTC One M8
HTC confirmed on Wednesday that they will be pushing Android L update to HTC One M8 very soon. One M8 is HTC’s one of the highend Android smartphones. The device managed to get good popularity in the market.
2. HTC One M7
HTC has also mentioned HTC One M7 in the list of smartphones that will receive Android L update very soon. HTC One M7 is company’s one of the flagship phones.
3. Moto X
Android L will be pushed to Moto X by Motorola very soon. Motorola is working on it. It has been confirmed by a post on Motorola Germany’s official Facebook page.
4. Moto G
Moto G was hit in the market due to its attractive price point. It is one of the affordable smartphones with stock android pre-installed on it. Motorola Germany confirms Moto G will receive Android L soon.
5. Moto E
Well, there is no definite confirmation if Moto E will be one of the phones to receive Android L update but if Motorola is pushing Android L to Moto X and Moto G, then they might include Moto E as part of the list of devices. If it doesn’t receive Android L, it will definitely get Android One which is for low budget smartphones for sure !