The Galaxy Note 4 wasn’t among the first devices for which Samsung released the Android 5.0 but it still got the Lollipop update all in good time. Now there’s all sorts of speculation about when Samsung will roll out Android 5.1.1 for its handsets. It has not yet provided a confirmed release date for any of its devices, however according to a new report it appears that the company has already started testing the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.1.1 update.

As per the report, testing for this update is still in its preliminary stages. Apparently Samsung is currently running one of its first releases of Android 5.1.1 internally on the Galaxy Note 4.

There have been rumors that the company might test a 64-bit build of this update on the Galaxy Note 4 but nothing has been confirmed yet in this regard, so don’t take this as gospel just yet.

Since it has only been revealed that Samsung is testing Android 5.1.1 for Galaxy Note 4 it’s too soon to say at this point in time when the company intends on releasing said update for this update.

Galaxy Note 4 owners can rest assured because the update will certainly be released for their device, when Samsung will send out Android 5.1.1 for it is an entirely different matter on which the company has chosen not to comment on up till now.

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