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Android L may be officially released on 1 November 2014

Android LThere was a long wait for approximately two months before the Google I/O 2014 where Google officially said that there will be a new Android version (Android L/Android 4.5) released in a few months. There is a lot of activity happening on various social networks regarding the same news and today we have reached a stage where we can actually predict a narrowed down assumption. Since the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, the iWatch and iOS 8 are released, many people are not exactly happy with what has happened so they are turning their heads towards what is in store for Android now in terms of the next iteration.

Google has not yet announced the official name for the version but it is expected that the company will adopt a food-related name like “Lemon Meringue Pie” or even “Lollipop“. Android L is a fixed thing that is going to happen but there is only a small doubt about the name. If you have a guesses then be sure to let us know. The word “Meringue” is a bit tough to pronounce so Google may either shorten it making it “Lemon Pie” or stick to “Lollipop”.

There are numerous speculations that Android L will be released on the next Nexus first. Google has always wanted it to be a surprise and it will be……

About Nigel Quadros

Nigel Quadros
Nigel is the Director and Editor in Chief of AndroGuru.com. He is a tech geek in the arena of iOS, Windows and online content also. Apart from heading India's Largest Android Community, he contributes about technology to esteemed newspapers across India.

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