Android 5.0.2 Lollipop on Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge

Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Update on Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge

Latest reports say that top phone manufacturer Samsung will move to the latest version 5.0.2 Android operating system called Lollipop as they plan to update the Galaxy Note 4 systems. Recently was published an alleged image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running 5.0.2 Android OS (Lollipop), but there was not much difference with older Samsung Galaxy Note 4 OS 4.4 Android KitKat.

One of the most remarkable features of the phone is its notification area on the lock screen. In addition, native applications have been updated based on the nature of the construction of the user interface. It is natural that the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Galaxy Edge are likely going to be introduced in the latest version of the Android mobile firmware to be updated. What remains is the Samsung confirmation and official release date.

Most people are already speculating that just because the Galaxy Note Edge and the Note 4 share the same features therefore that they will get the latest update at the same time. Some even think that the Samsung company will find it difficult to update both devices to the latest firmware. Just like other updates, the technology company in South Korea will start the update process very slow because it has to work in a number of variants and countries.

It can take months for all devices to get the update. Samsung follows a phased deployment to update their devices in phases in order to collect more documented settings. It is possible that the last batch to get updated is likely going to get an updated firmware that is different from the first wave. Samsung has not confirmed if it will be implementing her smart phones with the same new Android version 5.0.1 or 5.0.2 that other manufacturers are dishing out.

Samsung is okay to skip a version or two in updating their devices because it has a history of updating Android firmware updates far behind other manufacturers namely LG, Sony and HTC. The current version of Android system firmware is criticized for errors and problems to the extent that speculators think Samsung could delay their own firmware update

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