The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Running Android Lollipop Pops Up For The First Time

Ramish Zafar

After we've seen quite a lot of aspects of Android Lollipop on Samsung's current flaghsip, the Galaxy S5, its time for a change. Samsung's top phone when it comes to specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has just been spotted running Android Lollipop and we're lucky enough to have a couple of pictures in store for you today.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Running Android Lollipop Spotted In The Wild.

Courtesy of twitter, we can now get a rough glimpse of what Android Lollipop should look like running on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Just as with the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Galaxy Note 4 is also running a combination of Samsung's TouchWiz UI and Android Lollipop. The Galaxy Note 4 in the image above and the image below is running TouchWiz Nature UX 3.0 combined with several Android Lollipop elements. In the image above, this can be seen in the notification center.

Android Lollipop's card based notification system is also visible in the Galaxy Note 4 in the image above. While these pictures most probably represent an early build of the OS on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, its good news nevertheless. Samsung's flagship phablet should no doubt get the Android Lollipop update sooner than later.

After all, there has been significant progress on the Galaxy S5 when it comes to Android Lollipop. Screenshots received so far illustrate many aspects of the software including notifications, notification center, main menu, Settings menu, Lock screen and others. To get a complete picture of Android Lollipop's progress on the Galaxy S5, click here.

The Galaxy S5 is expected to get the Android Lollipop update sometime this month, and once folks over at Samsung are done with it, we can expect the Galaxy Note 4 Android Lollipop update to be with us soon as well. But by the looks of things, Samsung has already started work on Android Lollipop on the Galaxy Note 4. So stay tuned.

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