Google’s Android 5.0 (Lollipop) update started rolling out to older devices manufactured by makers other than Google last year, along with older Nexus devices as well. However, the OS upgrade was reportedly marred by inherent bugs/issues that hindered smooth operation of Android smartphones and tablets.
In order to fight bugs, Google released a minor Android 5.0.1 update, but the internet giant is expected to release a bigger and major bug-fixing software update in the form of Android 5.1 Lollipop, according to reports.
Android 5.1 will be officially showcased in February 2015, with the rollout said to complete during summer 2015. Being a bug-fixing update, the Android 5.1 software is expected to correct certain major issues such as the Wi-Fi bug, RAM issues and rapid application termination.