Meanwhile, most of the latest Google Nexus 6 devices have already received the Android 5.1 update. It should be noted that the Nexus 6 is an incredibly powerful phone. Even with many bugs and issues, it outperforms almost everyone in its class but now that Google has refined it with Android 5.1, the Nexus 6 seems to be flying. Operate the updated device, and you will notice how everything is buttery smooth, and the device as a whole runs like a well-lubricated machine.
Reports indicate that some users are still having battery issues, but they are quite rare. Meanwhile, the memory leak issue hasn’t been fixed but it shouldn’t be a problem for users to reboot their phone every few days. If you are still facing crashes and freezes, it is recommended that you reboot your phone once in a while or wait for the next Android 5.1.1 update. In the meantime, the 5.1 update has provided a significant boost in performance of the Nexus 6. While it was good before, it is better now.
Overall, the Nexus 6 Android Lollipop 5.1 battery life is greatly improved. The changes that have been made make the quad-core processor run more efficiently or less when it’s not needed. At the same time, it handles tasks in a different fashion. Right now, battery drain is quite low, and users are getting 1-2 hours more than what they normally got. At the same time, the Turbo Charger provides a massive boost to battery life with just 30 minutes of charge left.
Stay tuned for more updates on Android 5.1.1!