Android is continuously on the go towards advancements. As Android KitKat 4.4 seems a landmark achieved long ago, Android Lollipop release will just be a milestone. But Android Lollipop features are still offering so many attractive things that it has fully taken over from KitKat 4.4. Lollipop has the capacity to support sophisticated technology and features including 64 bit system. Any Android application will be more compatible and synchronized with latest Android OS.
Android Lollipop vs Android KitKat: Battery Life
Project Volta is to help users manage their battery life better than project butter as it was google’s way of making Android feel smoother and slicker. Project Volta is a means to provide help to developers for better determination of elements of apps which might be consuming battery life at an unnecessary rate. As Volta is loaded with capacity to give battery stats, it could also spot potential problem areas. Android Lollipop 5.0 has also been made more compatible with the iDROID USA devices. It has come with a battery saving mode by default. This will ensure maximum and longer battery life of your Android Phone by throttling some naval battery functions. Lollipop is way beyond KitKat with offering several options to increase battery life in comparison with KitKat battery which only offered most basic stats. Lollipop gives extra battery backup of 11 hours on Android devices totaling 83 hours which is 72 hours of standby time on KitKat.
Android 5.0 Lollipop vs Android KitKat: Security
Google has offered Android wear and your current location features from security point of view. Kitkat just had pattern locks, facial recognition and blink of eye. Although they were really good enough but making it more convenient to avoid unlocking your device every few minutes, Android wear will detect your shiny smart watch nearby your smartphone as an authentication tool to bypass unlocking and you will be able to access all of your data. Your current location feature will designate some acquaintance zones like office or home where your phone will switch off your lock code. With ease and usefulness of both of these features of not having to unlock your device again, it can contain some potential security risks as well. For instance, in case your phone and smart watch are stolen, your whole data will be accessed.