Nope! That was not a screenshot of L. Android L's status bar maintains the same layout with simplified icons:
I think that was just to demonstrate cross platform mobile-web UI? Maybe, not sure of the context of that one in particular. But I know that all Android demonstrations in Google I/O maintained the same status bar with simplified icons like the links above.
Yep, I guess you're right.
It's just funny they've chosen to demo a Google Contacts app which doesn't exist on iOS, so the first impression is Android :)
I thought that was strange too.. I walked back into the room during that part and was like "whaa?". But then later saw more demonstrations on android
it's indeed the iOS status bar. On purpose. These guidelines are for all platforms:
The color palette starts with primary colors and fills in the spectrum to create a complete and usable palette for Android, Web, and iOS.
Good find, I love the animation effects when an action is performed.
Don't get me wrong, I really love and am excited about Google's new design guidelines, I think it's far better executed than Apple's efforts.
It's just funny they tested the interactions on this... :)
Edit: I guess they tried to demo the transitions principal on different platforms (web, Android and iOS) but on first glance it seems like an out of place mockup.
It's a mock bug.