Well, it’s known to all that this mid-October Google launched it’s most recent and improvised Android build, Android Lollipop for public and after the new firmware update was only for Galaxy Nexus & Motorola devices. While there is no lollipop update rolled till date for any other OEMs, it’s useless to say that others will also bring the same to their Android devices and Samsung would stand first in the array demanding the firmware. But twist in the story is that Sammobile, the numero uno fan site of Samsung in the meantime has showcased the Android 5.0 Lollipop in Galaxy Note 3 in a demo video.
The news was on air that Samsung was all set to launch the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for both Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4 devices somewhere between December last and January first. But for the rent news, both these devices are supposed to receive the firmware update by Early December. So isn’t it a great news for users of the said device? The video showcased below is only a test build and is not ready for the public. So users mustn’t take wrong that the device has already started receiving the firmware.
As the video below showcases, the new update endows the Galaxy device with a revamped UI with new and superior animations, and the stock green elements of Android Lollipop are replaced by “Samsung’s signature blue color.” The Galaxy Note 3 Android 5.0 Lollipop update is also going to fascinate the device with the new and enhanced Multi-Window feature from Galaxy Note 4.
Well, if you already don’t know it, once the update gets ready to launch for public, it will reach the notification panel of your Smartphone from where you can download the firmware and follow the instructions that appear on your screen to update. Conversely, you can also check availability of the firmware on your device by visiting Settings>About device>Software update or can connect your device to your PC via USB and check via kies. Anyways, these are not applicable for now and you have to wait still the update hits your device in early December.
Now let’s take a look on the video that showcases the new firmware interface on Galaxy Note 3 and you guys don’t forget to place your opinion on the new look.