So what’s new in the Lollipop update? For starters, a big portion of the user interface will be revamped with Google’s Material Design guidelines. You can expect a redesigned notification shade, Settings menu and a few other tweaks on the UI side. Unfortunately the aesthetic changes won’t be as apparent as you’d see on a device running vanilla Android, but we think you’ll like the changes overall. You’ll also get a bunch of other new features like priority mode notifications, Smart Lock, actionable lock screen notifications and more.
The update is just beginning to roll out today, but if you haven’t gotten it yet, don’t worry. It might take a few days to come to your device. If you’d like to check for the update manually, head to Settings>About phone>Software updates>Check for updates. For more information on exactly what the Lollipop update will bring, check out the source link below. And be sure to let us know in the comments when you receive your update!