News by Luke Jones on Monday May 04, 2015.
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Earlier today we told you about Samsung's decision not to update the Galaxy Note 2 to Android 5.0 Lollipop, as confirmed by Samsung Gulf on a Facebook post. However, there are contradictory messages now coming from Samsung Spain, with that division of the Korean company saying that the aging phablet will indeed be getting the latest full build of Google's operating system.That's good news, especially for those who own the handset and wanted it to have the latest software. The Samsung Spain tweet did however add the caveat that the update will come providing nothing happens to stop it when Samsung are prepping the software for the Note 2. In other words, if there are no issues with compatibility then the upgrade will arrive. So, which division of Samsung is correct, the Persian Gulf wing or the Spanish wing? Well, it could be that Samsung Gulf knows something that Samsung Spain does not, so we would still caution about being 100% optimistic about seeing Android Lollipop on the Galaxy Note 2. source: Samsung Spain
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