Sony is reportedly planning to release Android Lollipop to a 2014 mid-range smartphone.
The French arm of the Sony Mobile, in a reply to the query of Xperia T3 device owner (Luis Hern, @urgeunpsicologo), whether his device will get any update, has confirmed that the company will roll out the v5.0 series Lollipop to the smartphone in a few weeks.
Last week, Sony released the Android Lollipop to the last remaining Xperia Z series (Z, ZR, ZL and Tablet Z) devices, fulfilling the promise, which the company had announced in late 2014. Now with the announcement, Sony is set to bring cheers to Xperia T3 owners.
There is a possibility that Sony might even deploy the candy-flavoured Google mobile OS to other 2014 mid-range smartphones including Xperia M2, reported Xperia Blog.
The new Android 5.0.2 Lollipop brings in a new design language, "Material Design", with an interactive user interface, animation graphics and lock-screen notification options. The replacement of Dalvik with ART as default runtime will bring improvement in performance-and-battery-life enhancement.
Other noteworthy improvements include option to transfer apps from phone flash memory to SD card and multi-user profiles (work, private & guest).