We know that the Android 5.0 Lollipop release is imminent to coincide with the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 release. Furthermore, many Android device manufacturers including Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola and more have contacted the folks out of the Googleplex to arrange a time for their handsets to have the update ready to go. We know that early November is the time for Lollipop to hit the newfangled Nexus range and from there it will trickle down the list. The newer smartphones will have first honors and the older ones second. However, before anything the Google-based handsets such as the Google Play Edition will find the update OTA.
Anyhow, regardless of your device, you can download and install these fresh official stock wallpapers that are coming out with 5.0 Lollipop. There’s over ten to choose from and each is as beautiful as the next. You can use a different theme for each day of the week or choose to stick with your favorite.
We know the Mountain View company release a new set of wallpapers upon each release of the updated software. Last year we saw the KitKat examples that we love. Downloading them is easy. Click on the links here and here. Users can extract them from the desktop of the PC or store them direct on the mobile. You must extract the files either way and use the machines internal storage.
We love everything about Lollipop from the name to the additional features it brings making it outshine the past years KitKat build. With it users will find an innovative material design that uses software elements to enhance the picture quality on the screen and not the screen resolution itself. Nonetheless, we know Android-based screens for several selected smartphones are also Quad HD this year. That means we are looking at unseen levels of picture quality from here on out. In addition to material design, Lollipop comes with a novel Notifications menu and tweaks, security patch progress, modernistic battery Saver function, multi-user support, screen pinning and more. You can examine one of the examples from the list on the shot below.