By Jay Jay
Barely months after the release of 5.0 Lollipop, leaked images online show that Google has started pushing updates onto the Android Open Source Project (AOSP).
The release is believed to sort out bugs and glitches in the Lollipop OS that have been doing the rounds in user forums across the web. Although there has been no mention yet from Google, it is believed that the upgrade will work on the bugs in Wi-fi, SMS and app switcher.
Another known bug with the Flashlight that hindered Nexus users may also be patched up. Android Police suggests that the new update will feature in Android Wear as well that could dramatically increase the meager battery life of the existing Google Glass.
Speculations are rife on the capabilities of the 5.0.1 as well as the release date. As per reports, factory images of Nexus tablets with Android 5.0.1 have been published recently.
With several smartphone launches expected come January, we assume the new Lollipop patch will be rolled out by the turn of the year.