Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android Lollipop updateWith the official release of Android Lollipop, all eyes are on the manufacturers to see which of them can get their updates out the fastest. It’s no surprise then that Samsung has tweeted the above picture to presumably confirm that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android Lollipop update is on its way. Hopefully the update comes a little faster than this year’s update to the Note 3 which really only started in late February, and while that was certainly faster than some other manufacturers, we expect better from Android’s most prolific OEM to date. Perhaps they will be a little faster this time if they don’t put TouchWiz over everything that Google has painstakingly redesigned with Material Design…

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s most attractive package yet in 2014, with a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display powered by the Snapdragon 805, it’s one of the few phones out at the moment which even holds a torch to the size and functionality of the Nexus 6 – and yes, in this particular instance, size is a good thing. Samsung’s track record of updates certainly isn’t without tarnish, because although its flagship devices usually get updates sooner or later, plenty of its mid to low range devices never see an update, something we’ll be keeping an eye on this time around with Android Lollipop.

Are you leaning towards getting a Samsung Galaxy Note 4? Let us know your opinions in the comments below.

Source: Twitter via TalkAndroid

  • Richard Yarrell

    It’s always been pretty much plain and simple for me since May 2011. Nothing beats Samsung or the Galaxy Note products period they are Android nothing else matters.

    The Galaxy Note 4 will have Android 5.0 Lollipop before December 31st 2014 Mark that down.

    • CCLatus

      Slayyy richard slayy!!

  • FILA

    Hopefully not before the Nexus line, lol. I highly doubt it

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  • Shane DeRidder

    I would love it if they would just dump TouchWiz and let Material Design shine through… this is Samsung we’re talking about, however. :/