Lollipop (Android 5.0) is made for a world where moving throughout the day means interacting with a bunch of different screens—from phones and tablets to TVs. With more devices connecting together, your expectation is that things just work. With Lollipop, it’s easier than ever to pick up where you left off, so the songs, photos, apps, and even recent searches from one of your Android devices can be immediately enjoyed across all the other ones. 
As you switch from one screen to another, the experience should feel the same. So Lollipop has a consistent design across devices—an approach we call ‘Material Design’. Now content responds to your touch or even your voice, in more intuitive ways, and transitions between tasks are more fluid.
Lollipop also gives you more control over your device. You can now adjust your settings so that only certain people and notifications can get through, for example, when you’re out to dinner or in the middle of an important meeting. And when an important notification does come through, you can see it directly from the lock screen.

Nexus 6 Phone:

First, with Motorola, we developed the Nexus 6. This new phone has a contoured aluminum frame, a 6-inch Quad HD display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core 2.17GHz processor, Adreno 420 GPU and an f2.0 13 megapixel camera. The large screen is complemented by dual front-facing stereo speakers that deliver high-fidelity sound, making it as great for movies and gaming as it is for doing work. It also comes with a Turbo Charger, so you can get up to six hours of use with only 15 minutes of charge.

Nexus 9 Tablet:

Next, a new tablet built in partnership with HTC. Nexus 9, with brushed metal sides and 8.9-inch screen, is small enough to easily carry around in one hand, yet big enough to work on. And since more and more people want to have the same simple experience they have on their tablets when they have to do real work, we designed a keyboard folio that magnetically attaches to the Nexus 9, folds into two different angles and rests securely on your lap like a laptop.
Featuring specs such as an 8.9″ IPS LCD panel, 6700mAh battery, 8MP rear and 1.6MP front facing camera, CPU: 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 2.3GHz processor, GPU: 192-core Kepler and a choice between 16 and 32GB capacities.


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