Samsung has already rolled out the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop for several of its handsets across the globe, such as the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Note 3 and Note 4.
According to a new report, AT&T may roll out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update in the US soon. At the moment, Sprint is the only carrier who released the latest update for the Galaxy Note 4.
The update is already available in some European regions, and apparently brings a number of new features for the handset, including the removal of the interruptions system, and the revival of the Mute mode. This has created a number of problems for the users, but the mute option is still not available through the volume slider, users had to go to the sound shortcut to activate it.
AT&T is also expected to add its own bloatware to the operating system, which doesn’t really offer a very pleasant performance in the end.
There’s no official word from AT&T or Samsung about the roll out for the carrier’s version, but let’s hope AT&T will not delay the update. We’ll update you as soon as the update is released for the handset.Filed Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News