Here’s a look at all the progress that has been made in updating Samsungsmartphones to the latest operating system.
internationally on April 10, and both the Galaxy S6 and its dual sided curved
display sibling the S6 Edge came with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.
Samsung hasn’t wasted any time, however, in releasing the newest version of the
OS, Android 5.1.1. as a T-Mobile user recently reported in an online
forum, posting a video to prove it. The update includes a guest mode so that
another user can use the same device. Apparently the release of the update
seems extremely limited so far, but S6 and S6 Edge owners have it to look
the U.S., with all 5 major carriers-Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and
U.S. Cellular- now having released the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the
Galaxy S5 on their networks. Internationally, Italy, Croatia, Ireland, New
Zealand, Indonesia, Columbia, and other territories have just recently received
the Android 5.0 Lollipop update along with plenty of others who already
received the rollout prior. Most Australian Galaxy S5 users, however, have yet
to see the update hit their devices.
joined AT&T in releasing the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to owners of the
Galaxy S4 on its network. The other three major carriers, Sprint, T-Mobile and
U.S. Cellular, have given no word on an update anytime soon. Meanwhile, more
international regions such as Italy, Spain, Slovakia, Austria, Germany,
Portugal, Switzerland, India and Russia joined the Lollipop club recently,
while other regions, including Australia, are still waiting.
for the Galaxy S5 Mini, it has not been released yet in any region, although
Samsung France did confirm a release for the current quarter, which runs from
now through June.
Lollipop update on the AT&T network, where it remains an exclusive variant.
Canadian carrier Rogers announced the update was coming soon to the phone on
its network, then backtracked and removed the listing, leaving the status of
their update something of a mystery.
5.0 Lollipop update, it has not yet been released in any territory
Lollipop update on the AT&T network, where it remains an exclusive variant
in the U.S.
Lollipop update for the Galaxy Alpha, which it carries exclusively in the U.S.
The update was also just released to South Korean
owners of the smartphone, with more regions to come.
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all Samsung devices. Meanwhile, have you received the update on your Samsung
device, or are you still waiting in the wings?
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