Android Lollipop: When Google's latest OS will arrive on your phone

Alastair Stevenson
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A guide to which handsets will and won't get a Lollipop upgrade

Android updates are always a slow affair where the question on most smartphone and tablets owners' minds is if, not when, their device will receive an upgrade. As a result it's no surprise that,...

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