Have had a Note 4 (UK edition) for about 3 weeks now, and it's superb. Not one crash either, which is interesting, and proves that memory (Note has 3MB) has a lot to do with app stability. On all my previous phones (LG G3, Nexus 4, Moto X, Moto G), apps would crash or quit a lot, and the common factor was less memory.
Touchwhiz is not so bad on the 4, but still looking forward to Lollipop because I tried a Nexus 9, and it was a delight to use.
Take your time Sammy, get it right!
AnonD-265082, 14 Jan 2015Like what LG did with the G3 and it's disgusting nav barWhatever floats your boat mate
Joe S., 14 Jan 2015This is exciting news! Things are SO slow with Samsung, it's crazy; I'm glad the ball is rolli... moreI wouldn't be surprised if the American varients get the update in March. It's sad how slow Carriers are that sad
joeyxD, 14 Jan 2015This sounds promising! It's always worth the wait rather getting half baked updates early. Like what LG did with the G3 and it's disgusting nav bar
This sounds promising!
It's always worth the wait rather getting half baked updates early.
This is exciting news! Things are SO slow with Samsung, it's crazy; I'm glad the ball is rolling again.
Something worth noting, it looks like the T-mobile model of the Note 4 (SM-910T) isn't on the list of models on the manual...
I just hope that the Note 4 Lollipop software update becomes available as an OTA update to older versions of the Note 4 when the latest firmware comes out.
Of course it will be for Note4 (after all this is the most expensive phone and all other competitors are already releasing L5.0).
What about Note3 L5.0update?
Any update for Note2 (most are still under warranty of 2 years)?
Those will determine whether Samsung will screw old users or not (if they will, users will screw Samsung by sifting at the end) ;)