Thanks to SamMobile, we’ve already managed to get a peak at early previews of Android 5.0 Lollipop running on the Galaxy S4 and S5 in their full TouchWiz-loaded glory. Now its the Galaxy Note 3’s turn.
As you’d imagine, the build here looks pretty similar to what we’ve seen with the Galaxy S4 and S5. That means a nice dose of Material Design colors and tweaks, as well as some general enhancements to TouchWiz. That said, there are at least two sizable differences: there’s now a new system-wide font and new icon colors in Settings, and the Galaxy Note 4’s improved Multi-Window has also made its way to the device.
For those wondering when the update might hit their devices, Samsung has yet to reveal any details, though the rumor mill points towards an early 2015 release.
What do you think of the Touchwiz-based Lollipop update for the Note 3? Do you think Samsung is making big enough changes here, or were you hoping to see bigger MD influences and tweaks? Let us know what you think in the comments.