The Galaxy Note 3 Neo has been an affordable choice for all those who wanted the Galaxy Note 3, but were unwilling to pay the premium a flagship demands. It didn’t have the same powerful internals, but it did offer all the new software features – mostly related to the S Pen stylus – that were present on the Galaxy Note 3.


Now, it seems Samsung is gearing up to bring the latest and greatest version of Android to the Note 3 Neo, as Samsung Netherlands has confirmed that the device will be getting the Lollipop update later this year.

This isn’t the first time the Note 3 Neo has been said to be getting Lollipop – Samsung France had also confirmed the same earlier this year. Today’s confirmation came on Twitter, but as expected, the company’s support account didn’t offer details on when the update will actually roll out. Of course, Samsung doesn’t offer release dates for updates for any of its devices, and it’s not surprising it’s not changing the rule for a non-flagship device like the Galaxy Note 3 Neo.

Samsung has been ahead of other Android OEMs when it comes to software updates this year, having already rolled out Android 5.0 to all of its flagships launched since 2013, including the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3, and the Galaxy Note 4.

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