News by Luke Jones on Wednesday February 11, 2015.
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Samsung continues to roll out Android 5.0 Lollipop slowly. The company seems to be moving from country to country and picking devices at random. There is surely method to the madness, but we have seen the Galaxy Note Edge updated in some nations, while the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 have had their Lollipop updates in Russia.The latest device to get the upgrade is the new Galaxy Note 4, with the handset now getting Android 5.0.1 in Poland. While Poland may seem an odd place to start the Lollipop roll out for the phablet king, Samsung owns a research base in the country and Poland is often a source of leaks, while the country often gets new software first. The update should be heading out over the air, but it will also be on Samsung's KIES software at some point. The company has not said when the Note 4 in other nations will get to update to the new version of Android, but I presume the roll out is now underway and the next few weeks should provide more answers.
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