Samsung Galaxy Note II to get Lollipop update

Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet will get Android Lollipop update
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung Poland confirmed that the second generation flagship phablet of the South Korean company will get a Lollipop update, although it was launched more than two years ago.

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Samsung announced the Galaxy Note II back in August 2012, making it available for purchase only one month later. The handset launched with Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and a now a KitKat update for it has been around for a while. Unfortunately, Samsung usually does not update flagship devices for more than two years, so not many users were hoping to get Lollipop.

The good news is that Samsung Poland has confirmed earlier today on Twitter that Galaxy Note II will get Android Lollipop after all. Unfortunately, this is the only information they released for now and remains to see when will this happen. First Galaxy Note 4 phablets received Lollipop earlier this week, but other Samsung handsets already got their updates, including the Galaxy S5 and S4, as well as the Galaxy Note 3.

Although it arrived more than two years ago, the Galaxy Note II still has strong specs, including 2 GB memory and up to 64 GB internal storage, a quad-core processor, 5.5-inch Super AMOLED capacitive display, 8 MP primary camera with LED flash and autofocus, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, and more.


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Codrut Nistor, 2015-02-12 (Update: 2015-02-12)
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