If you own an ASUS Zenfone 5 you’re out of luck, the Lollipop update for the phone has been pushed back even further.
ASUS India has confirmed via their Facebook page that the update will be out within three to four months. The Padfone S’s transition to Lollipop was also delayed alongside the Zenfone 5 but its unclear if it will be affected by the latest delay. It’s speculated reason why the update has yet to roll out is the Indian carriers having to sign off on the release as well and that the delay might also be affecting the Zenfone 4 and Zenfone 6 as well.
If you’re using a Samsung Galaxy Note 4, its Lollipop update (Android 5.0.1) is now available in Malaysia. This is specifically for the SM-N910C version that runs on Exynos.
The update is more than a GB in size, so you would need to download this patiently over WiFi. Before installation, it would require at least 3GB of free space and be sure to backup your files just in case if anything goes wrong. If you haven’t received any update notification, you can check manually under Settings > About Phone > Software updates.
Head after the break for the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0.1 walk through demo.
The latest Android Lollipop update is making its way to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It is rolling out now for Exynos variants in Poland and while there’s no schedule yet, we expect our similar Malaysian units (SM-N910C) to receive it soon. According to Sammobile, the update carries the Android version 5.0.1, which is slightly newer than the one that was pushed to Galaxy S5 users recently.
The software update is reported to include a refreshed appearance and it gets faster performance and improved battery life as well. According to them, it isn’t available for Kies and it is being rolled out as an OTA (over the air) update. You can check out the video walkthrough of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4 after the break.