Google has been dropping hints that a new developer preview of the upcoming Android L might be making its debut sooner than we think. Recent activity on issue trackers show that the new release will be available to download anytime now and according to XDA Developers, Google has focused more on fixing kinks and flaws in previous versions of Android rather than add anything new.
There have been quite an overwhelming amount of problems in Android but reports have been catching refinements in the works for things such as networking, sensor and visual departments. Issues with connectivity such as WiFi and Bluetooth have all been fixed by Google. Surprisingly, Google has been extremely efficient in fixing complaints as soon as possible as they flow in.
We’re expecting to see the final version of Android L in the next few weeks. The developers should have everything ironed out and ready to go by then. By releasing a developer preview, Google is effectively identifying problems and getting rid of them before it gets too messy. Hence, ensuring excellent user experience once Android L goes public.
Source: XDA Developers