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Sprint Confirms Android Lollipop Update Rolling Out Now To Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Owners

March 11, 2015 - Written By John Anon

Over the last few weeks and months, Android 5.0 (Lollipop) has been on everyone’s lips. Manufacturers have been slowly, but at least steadily, rolling out the latest updated version of android to their respective devices. Unfortunately, for some, this means that you might end up waiting longer than others for your update to land. This is due to having to factor in a dependence on your carrier, as well as your device and as well as your manufacturer. That said, if you are the proud owner of the other Samsung flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and one running on Sprint’s network, then you might have been happy with the news that the Lollipop update is rolling out to you.

The news of Sprint’s update landing was actually reported last week. However, if you have yet to see the update rolling your way, then do not worry too much as it seems it might have been a bit slower in getting out than the original announcement was. That said, Sprint have this morning released a new posting on their site, further highlighted that the Sprint Android Lollipop update is indeed in the process of rolling out to their Galaxy Note 4 customers. As such, if you have not seen it land yet then you might want to keep an eye on that update page.

There is, of course, no definitely timeframes being noted with the update or when it will eventually land. Although as these are rolled out, it could be anytime from now going forward over the next few days. The announcement does however, advise of a few things which Galaxy Note 4 owners can expect with android’s newest and biggest update. Some of those changed referenced by Sprint include the addition of Material Design, Better battery efficiency, Android TV support, enhanced multitasking, improved notifications and the ability to view and respond to messages via the lock screen. If you are interested in checking out the announcement for yourself, then you can by hitting the source link below. Otherwise, make sure to let us know when your update lands or if it already has.