Google's next major version of Android mobile operating system is "Android L" which is the next big thing for Android smartphones and tablet devices. Android L Developer Preview version is publicly available and can installed instantly on Google Nexus devices, But if you're one of those user who still have not experienced the beauty of Android L new exciting features, functionality, icons, user-interface elements, or if you have not explored the hidden or less-known features of Android L Firmware as compare to previously released Android KitKat 4.4 Firmware, then this article will show you Side-by-Side Visual Graphical Comparison of Android L vs. Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality Differences and Changes brought by Google.

Visual Comparison of Android L vs Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality

It's still not known, what "L" alphabet refers to in Android L? Whether Android L name is to called as "Lollipop, Lemonade, Lemon Drop or Lemon-lime" by Google or some other name would be suggested, and what would be the next Android L version build would be?, either it will be Android 4.5 or Android 5.0 version. Well, users will get to know, when Android L will be publicly released by Google. Below we are sharing Before and After of Android L vs. Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality Comparisons i.e. Lock Screen, Home Screen, App Drawer, Keyboard App, Multitasking Switcher, Settings App, Pull-Down Notifications Center, Lock Screen Notifications, Quick Settings, Phone App, Calculator App, Calendar App and lots more. You can also see the images on How the Popular Apps will Look Like in Android L “Material Design” World, popular Google Android Apps, such as; YouTube, Gmail and Maps. Shared images are contributed by 'Redmond Pie'. So let's check out the Screenshots, Images & Infographic based on Comparison of Android L User Interface with Android KitKat User Interface.

Visual Images of Android L Firmware Comparison, Differences and Changes


















Visual Comparison of Android L vs Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality

Google's next major version of Android mobile operating system is "Android L" which is the next big thing for Android smartphones and tablet devices. Android L Developer Preview version is publicly available and can installed instantly on Google Nexus devices, But if you're one of those user who still have not experienced the beauty of Android L new exciting features, functionality, icons, user-interface elements, or if you have not explored the hidden or less-known features of Android L Firmware as compare to previously released Android KitKat 4.4 Firmware, then this article will show you Side-by-Side Visual Graphical Comparison of Android L vs. Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality Differences and Changes brought by Google.

Visual Comparison of Android L vs Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality

It's still not known, what "L" alphabet refers to in Android L? Whether Android L name is to called as "Lollipop, Lemonade, Lemon Drop or Lemon-lime" by Google or some other name would be suggested, and what would be the next Android L version build would be?, either it will be Android 4.5 or Android 5.0 version. Well, users will get to know, when Android L will be publicly released by Google. Below we are sharing Before and After of Android L vs. Android KitKat Features, Icons, UI Elements, Functionality Comparisons i.e. Lock Screen, Home Screen, App Drawer, Keyboard App, Multitasking Switcher, Settings App, Pull-Down Notifications Center, Lock Screen Notifications, Quick Settings, Phone App, Calculator App, Calendar App and lots more. You can also see the images on How the Popular Apps will Look Like in Android L “Material Design” World, popular Google Android Apps, such as; YouTube, Gmail and Maps. Shared images are contributed by 'Redmond Pie'. So let's check out the Screenshots, Images & Infographic based on Comparison of Android L User Interface with Android KitKat User Interface.

Visual Images of Android L Firmware Comparison, Differences and Changes


















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