It seems as though the Android 5.0 Lollipop update is about to make its way over to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which is definitely good news for those who own the phablet and have been hankering for such an update for the longest time already. Well, it goes without saying that major players apart from Samsung, including the likes of Motorola and HTC, do experience some pressure and have expectations to meet, especially when it comes to releasing the latest version of the mobile operating system to their massive user base.
It seems as though Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users over in Poland have already reported the downloading of Android 5.0 Lollipop via Over The Air (OTA), although there are caveats that need to be mentioned. This particular software package happens to be seeded only to SM-N910C devices – which means this would be the Exynos variant of the handset, and happens to be the only ones in the market that make use of CSC XEO (Open Europe). Should your device happen to fall into this particular category, then good for you – better make hay while the sun shines, don’t you think so? It is always nice to receive the most recent version of a mobile operating system.