Samsung releases Lollipop update for AT&T supported Galaxy Note 4
Core Android users would be able to testify to the fact that Samsung smartphones, although always coming out of the manufacturer’s bin all sparkling and near-perfect, are always nearly the last to get updates of any kind. It sometimes feels like the manufacturer has forgotten the users after the sales and purchase agreements have been finalized. This is not limited to Samsung alone but also, the AT&T carrier is also a guilty party to this type of occurrence. It was then little wonder when these parties partnered on a mobile phone and its taking ages for a simple Lollipop update to get to this device.
Samsung partnered up with AT&T to make a carrier model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and recently, moved to inform the users of this device that all hope is not lost yet as there would be an update jumping the device to the platform of Android 5.1 Lollipop (from Android 4.4 KitKat).
This update, it has promised, would see better Wi-Fi connections for you as well as notification controls. Let’s pray it doesn’t tarry for longer than that.
Although Samsung has announced the update, AT&T is yet to say anything. It is expected that it would be on the way soon as it was announced by the manufacturers itself.
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