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Note 3 Neo lollipop


Few months ago, SamsungUK has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo (SM-N750) will get the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, However, in these past few months we didn't see any Lollipop firmware entering the testing or development process so far.


Now, SamsungUK is still confirming that the Note 3 Neo is indeed getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop update as soon as it is ready... which will take a long time since the firmware has NOT entered the "In-Development" stage yet.



It's not clear whether the device will receive an Android 5.0.2 or 5.1.1 firmware build, we will keep you updated regarding this matter so stay tuned and keep your eyes on the official Samsung Updates Page.


Galaxy S5 mini


We have already reported before that Samsung has confirmed the Android Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5 mini (SM-G800) on its website, but until now the update hasn't been released for this variant yet.


Today, SamsungUK has confirmed via its official twitter account that Galaxy S5 mini Lollipop update is "Coming Soon".



S5 mini


However, we still have no confirmation whether the upcoming update will pack Android build 5.0.2 or build 5.1.1 release, you can check the latest status of the S5 mini update on Samsung Official Updates Page. Stay tuned for more info!

Galaxy E7 lollipop

Samsung has released the official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Update for the Galaxy E5 (SM-E500) mid-range device just few weeks ago already and it's available in India and Russia. Now, it's his big brother's turn, the Galaxy E7 (SM-E700). The update packs lots of performance improvements, bug fixes and many new features for the E family.


Galaxy E5 lollipop update


However, SamsungUK has confirmed via its official account that the Galaxy E7 WILL NOT get updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Even Though that both devices (E5 and E7) packs very similar specs.



There was no reason mentioned but we reached out for the company for an explanation and they replied that only the UK region E7 users will not get the lollipop update without clarifying the reason. So, this only applied to the UK region and carriers only.


Stay tuned for more info or changes on this!




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