2010's Motorola Defy is currently the oldest device to get a taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop, defies expectations
After the AOSP images of Android 5.0 Lollipop got released, many devices (mostly older ones) have been treated to custom AOSP-based Lollipop builds. We've already told you that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the Galaxy S III mini, and the Sony Xperia L have already taken a lick of the latest Android version, yet today a long-in-the-tooth trooper beat them all.
Do you remember the Motorola Defy? It's okay if you don't, it got released back in 2010, after all. The device is one of the latest to receive a (somewhat) working Android 5.0 Lollipop firmware, based on the raw AOSP images. As usual with such early builds, many fundamental features are not yet working as intended, and the abundance of issues deems this exact Lollipop build unsuitable for a stable daily driver.