Samsung is yet to confirm the roadmap of the Android 5.0 Lollipop release for its major devices. There’s no doubt in the fact that this update will be released for devices like the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4, the thing we’ll like to know is when Samsung plans on doing this. We have already seen previews of this update running on some of Samsung’s main devices courtesy of leaked builds, one such preview posted online today shows Galaxy Note 4 running Android 5.0 Lollipop.


This isn’t the first time that we’re seeing Lollipop in action on Samsung’s latest flagship. Previously we saw a couple of leaked pictures, which happened to be our first glimpse at Lollipop on the Galaxy Note 4.

The 3 minute long video preview shows that changes that will be made to Galaxy Note 4 once this update lands. The user interface has clearly been updated and Material Design elements are evident. The notifications area has been revamped and throughout the user interface there are bright and solid colors.

All new features that Google introduced in Android 5.0 Lollipop will also be part and parcel of this update, apart from the improvements made to TouchWiz, Samsung’s custom Android user interface.

The video does show that not all of the native applications have been restyled as yet so it will take some time, but we should be able to see the results in future builds, provided that they’re leaked and previewed on video like this one.

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