Since Google introduced Android 5.0 Lollipop, most of the commonly known smartphones are receiving updates for the latest Android version. The Lollipop update brings a very sleek and paper-like UI enhancement, a secure update, and encryption settings with a few more improvements. It is confirmed by many sources that the software update will come to the most current devices on the market today. But the fact is, smartphone manufacturers provides software update for their devices at least twice within the span of two years.
Talking about Lollipop update, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that was released back in 2012 will receive a Lollipop update very soon. According to a Finnish Samsung website, the “device update” took them by surprise. Although Samsung is not good with their software updateS, it seems that they are being more combative with the Lollipop update. But than again, it’s surprising that a two year old smartphone is receiving a Lollipop update.
The most recognizable smartphones update table from Samsung that is going to receive the Lollipop update are; Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and the Galaxy Alpha. Unfortunately, the Galaxy S5 listed the Lollipop update as “no information”. The update table might be wrong and will always have room for some errors, so the software update for the Galaxy Note 2 could be a mistake on Samsung’s part. Surely the update table will change in coming days, but for the Galaxy Note 2 users, the Lollipop update might still be supported.
For the Galaxy Note 2 users, let us know if you already have the software update, if not, tell us what do you think about this update. Is it worth for the update? Or getting a new devices is the next option?
Source: Android Authority