After a bit of speculation as to whether Google would be updating the Android L developer preview before it launched into a full product, Google has just posted new Android L images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013). This latest release, which carries the version number LPV81C (up from LPV79), includes support for the recently-announced Google Fit platform, but considering the small bump in version number we're not expecting many changes beyond that.
In any case, you can snag a download of the system image for either your Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 at the source link below if you're wanting to checking it out — just keep in mind that this is a developer preview and shouldn't be considered a stable release in any way.
Source: Google Developers
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