Android 5.0 Lollipop running on Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Exclusive Preview

Android 5.0 Lollipop is coming to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and a leaked video reveals what buyers can expect from the incoming update.

Android users across the globe are looking to get the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update aboard. Even though Samsung released the Galaxy Note 4 quite recently, the Galaxy Note 3 continues to be a favoured device by many people users. But then, the South Korean conglomerate hasn’t officially announced the date from the Android 5.0 unveil for the well-appreciated Note 3. The speculated date, however, is the fact that Samsung might target early 2015 for that roll out. In the meantime, readers can check out the screenshots and video of the Note 3 running on Android L.

Android 5.0 Lollipop On Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Android 5.0 Lollipop On Samsung Galaxy Note 3

In the event for Samsung, TouchWiz is their main interface they put over Android. While initial versions were laggy and often buggy. Good thing that subsequent updates made it a more suitable skin for Samsung’s flagship smartphones.

While Samsung assured everyone that flagship smartphones from two years back will get the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop update, and today SamMobile has an exclusive preview from the software running on a Galaxy Note 3. In the video, you can see how TouchWiz has cleverly integrated Material Design in to the OS. Check out the video below on your own and see. The Android 5.0 Lollipop update for that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will start rolling out soon.

Last month, the Galaxy S5 was caught running on Android 5.0 L software update. Since, there isn’t any substantial change in the Note 3 with Android 5.0 and TouchWiz UI, here are a few of the pointers observed by SamMobile once the mighty S5 ran Lollipop update.

With Android 5.0 on board of the Galaxy S5, Samsung’s patented system apps, namely Dialler, Messages, Memo and Clock, happen to be restyled with the Material Design guidelines. There is a brand new, good-looking lock screen from Android L. Notably, the lock screen in current-generation Samsung devices show only time and date. With the new update, the lock screen are now able to show optional notifications too. Plus, a new “heads-up notification” feature continues to be added with the capability to alert S5 people that use the incoming calls, messages and occasional battery notifications, without interrupting the present activity.

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