While the Android L preview isn't intended for daily use, there are plenty of us who want to have a peek at the source code. In a few hours, we'll be able to as it's populating right now. You can check the list of devices on the Android Git repo page.
The devices currently with build targets are all Nexus devices — understandably — and include:
- The LG Nexus 4
- The LG Nexus 5
- The Nexus 7 2012
- The Nexus 7 2013
- The Nexus 7 2013 (LTE)
- The Samsung Nexus 10
While most of us won't be able to do much with this, your favorite ROM developer will be able to. We'll be looking for more on that front in a day or two.
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