The update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy S5 just keeps on spreading throughout the world, it seems. After Poland and South Korea, today it was Spain's turn to get the rollout on its way.
This might mean that more European countries will have Lollipop on the Galaxy S5 soon. That's because Samsung generally tests its updates in one market, and that's usually Poland, after which a wider rollout quickly comes.
The S5 handsets sold in Poland have already seen three Lollipop updates, so we assume Samsung is now pretty satisfied with the status of its software and has thus decided to expand its geographical reach.
For now, units that were bought unlocked and SIM-free from Spain will benefit. But more territories will soon follow, that's pretty much a given. And after that happens, maybe we'll see the newest version of Android finally being headed to the Galaxy Note 4 as well.
Battery time is worst than before. I update to LP and now charging my battery after every 7-8 hours.
I want it on Sony Xperia Z2 m waiting badly!
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