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Currently working with Android 4.2.2. I'm a bit curious if it is worth the upgrade to Android 5. How can I know the improvements related to 4.2.2, - I'm currently not having any problems with it.

I don't want to mess things up; is the upgrade worth it? Could it include new bugs? What are the downsides of higher versions than 4.2.2?

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I would definitely recommend you upgrade to Android L / 5.0.2.

There a numerous changes relating to performance, new features, and battery life. Android L gives a completely different (better, in my opinion) feel to the phone and fixes many of the bugs from previous versions.

To answer your question about including new bugs; it's inevitable. But if they are addressed, it's highly likely they will be fixed in the future.

  • Is there any place the summerize new features in each version+ major bugs added? – Mulder Feb 20 '15 at 13:25
  • Take a look here and here for more information of the new features of Android 5.0 – Alfie J. Palmer Feb 20 '15 at 13:28

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