Android 5.0 Lollipop Support of Way Native “Double-Tap” to Activate The Display

Although you have already seeded the most important new features of Android 5.0 Lollipop, there is still some interesting details of the new version of Google’s mobile operating system.

One of these features that are not yet in the Preview version and therefore have been more hidden, will be the Double-tap on the screen to activate the terminal, an option premiered by LG to put in the back of their devices the power button, something very comfortable and sued and is present in many current though not natively terminals.

Starting with version 5.0, Android will be able to recognize the double click on all phones that support it at the level of hardware, allowing you to activate the screen making a gesture of double-tap on the screen while it is turned off.

To this we must add the “Ambient Display function” from Motorola, which also comes natively to display notifications directly to the device, take.

The new one Nexus 6 will be the first Android device in support both features, that you obviously need compatible hardware to work properly. As you already imaginaréis I, the biggest beneficiaries are devices with AMOLED screen, as this can be kept switched off except for the pixels that need to show notification, while giving more specific information the user saving battery.