Samsung has been slow at updating the Galaxy Note 4 to Lollipop, only having released the update in a small number of markets, starting in February. Now it looks like the Korean tech giant is ready to speed up the process, with Note 4 users in India, Brazil, UAE, and the Baltic countries reporting the arrival of Lollipop.
SamMobile reports that, for now, Lollipop is hitting two Galaxy Note 4 models in particular, SM-N910C and the SM-N910G. Given that these models are available in multiple countries, it’s likely that the OTA will arrive soon to other regions as well.
So far, the Note 4 Lollipop update has begun in the Baltics, Brazil, Bulgaria, Caucasus countries, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United Arab Emirates.
The update is about 1GB in size. As always, note that unlocked devices may get the update ahead of carrier-branded models, which are subject to extra certification steps. To check manually for the Lollipop update, go to Settings > About phone > Software updates.
Samsung’s implementation of Lollipop brings the new lockscreen notifications, new notification style, new recent activities, improved battery life and performance, as well as a number of smaller visual changes.
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