Samsung has begun the Android 5.0 Lollipop update roll-out for Galaxy Note Edge smartphone. It is currently available over-the-air (OTA) in Australia and is expected to reach other markets in the coming weeks.
The official change-log is not available, but you can expect to see upgraded TouchWiz UX, performance enhancements, ART as default runtime, enhanced notifications, and more.
To remind you, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the first curved-screen smartphone from the company and was unveiled alongside Note 4 at IFA trade fair last year. It is currently on sale in select markets globally and will soon be joined by another curved-screen phone from Samsung, which is likely to be dubbed Galaxy S Edge or Galaxy S6 Edge. [Source: YouMobile]
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to get Lollipop update
In related news, Samsung has confirmed that it will be releasing the Lollipop update for Note II smartphone. Galaxy Note 2 was originally unveiled with Android 4.1 in August 2012 and has since received Android 4.3 and 4.4 updates. Android 5.0 will be the last major Android update for the update.
There is no word on the when the update will reach the smartphone, but we will let you folks as as soon as we hear something credible. [Source: