TechTastic, who authored the photo shoot, suggest that battery life may have gone up a little. Obviously, considering the attention that the so-called "Project Volta" received, we wouldn't be surprised if this is nothing more than a placebo effect – the real benefit of Volta lies in third-party app developers' new-found ability to properly disseminate their code and trace power-inefficient behavior.The 6.44-inch behemoth of a "phone" started receiving the Lollipop-flavored upgrade over-the-air just yesterday, and some lucky owners are already enjoying the 5.0 version of Google's mobile OS. As we're looking at purely stock Android, there isn't anything special you'll find in this particular update. That said, the folks behind
But enough talk. Go ahead and check out what Android Lollipop looks like on the (GPe) Sony Xperia Z Ultra.