Google had released the developer preview of Android L on the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 while those using the older Nexus 4 were left out. The Nexus 4 users were wondering whether their phone will get the final version when it releases this year. Since the Nexus devices are Google’s developing devices, all the version releases first are tried out and released on them itself.
A couple of Google employees were spotted on Google’s support forums running a build of Android L (not released yet) on their Nexus 4. This does not really confirm that the Nexus 4 will get the final version. Just so that you know, the cheaper Motorola and Android One devices are expected to get the Android L update when it releases. Android One is doing good and is competing with the Moto E. Micromax, Karbonn and Spice have released Android One in India with a couple of handsets that are available via online stores. Lava and Intex are yet to released their Android One device in early 2015 according to news. A new version of Android One is also supposed to be released very soon on other handsets by different companies which will tie up with Google.