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Galaxy Note 4 Receives Android Lollipop in UAE, Brazil and Baltic Region

Sprint Note 4 Lollipop Update

Samsung as we know is quite lazy when it comes to updating the Galaxy Note 4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop. The Note 4 has received the update in very few regions since it first went out a couple of months ago.

However the Note 4 has finally started to receive the Android 5.0 Lollipop over in the UAE, Brazil and Baltic region.

This fact that the Lollipop update is rolling out to more than one country at once is a very good indicator that the Galaxy Note 4 will now be making the jump to Lollipop in a wider capacity around the world.

Apart from this many of the Galaxy Note 4 users have voiced their displeasure with how Samsung has treated its latest Galaxy Note flagship in terms of software update.

Well if we see it’s the fourth month of 2015 and the Korean giant is still not doing anything about the update for the Galaxy Note 4 which is definitely not good for the company.

The OTA is a little less than 1 GB in size consumers will require a Wi-Fi connection to download it. After the recent rolling out of the update it seems that pretty soon all the countries will receive the Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 4.


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