Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets the Lollipop update in South Korea
It seems the rollout of the Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 4 in Poland yesterday wasn’t a one-off thing, as the latest version of Android is now making its way to Samsung’s phablet flagship in South Korea. The update (build number N910SKSU1BOB4) is currently available for Note 4 users on SK Telecom, and it shouldn’t be long before the other major carriers in the country start pushing out the update. The update can be grabbed from Samsung Kies and will probably be available as an over-the-air update very soon.
We should point out that only the Exynos variant of the Galaxy Note 4 is receiving Android 5.0 at the moment. This is in stark contrast to what is usually the case; Samsung often starts updating Snapdragon variants before the Exynos-powered models, and this is yet another indication – after the company dropping the Snapdragon 810 from the Galaxy S6 completely – of how Samsung is taking its in-house mobile chip much more seriously now.
Advanced users can download the firmware from our firmware section to upgrade manually. Check out a video of Lollipop in action on the Galaxy Note 4, and keep checking back with us for all the info on Android 5.0 for various Samsung devices.
- • Model: SM-N910S
- • Model name: GALAXY Note 4
- • Country: Korea (SK Telecom)
- • Version: Android 5.0.1
- • Changelist: N/A
- • Build date: N/A
- • Product Code: SKC
- • PDA: N910SKSU1BOB4
- • CSC: N910SSKC1BOB4
- • MODEM: N910SKSU0BOA7