Samsung Galaxy S5

Lollipop might be the biggest thing in Android these days, but for seemingly 98% of active users, it’s an out-of-sight yet always-on-mind waiting game. Late last year select markets in Europe received the Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5, though America has been waiting until recently. Likewise, HTC proclaimed that it would have the One (M7) updated to Android 5.X within 90 days of the OS release, yet the deadline came and went and the software is nowhere to be seen (unless you own a GPe device, of course).

Sprint will begin rolling out the Lollipop update deployment for the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M7) beginning on February 5th. The Galaxy S5 update will feature Enhanced VoWiFi UI and the removal of the Lumen tool bar in addition to Android 5.0. HTC’s Mo Versi took the opportunity to personally announce his company’s product update on Twitter, specifying Android 5.0.1 and that more carriers will be coming soon:

For all those chomping at the bit, make sure to hit that “Check for Updates” button starting tomorrow!

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