There have been a number of previews of early Android 5.0 builds running on Samsung devices lately, including looks at the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 4. If you still can’t get enough Samsung-flavored Lollipop action, well, today we’ve got a few more videos for you.
The folks at SamMobile have posted a trio of videos that show Android 5.0.1 running on the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy S5 LTE-A. This is actually the second time that we’re getting a peek at Lollipop on the Note 4, but this time around we’re looking at Android 5.0.1, while last time it was Android 5.0 that was previewed. There are a few notable tweaks included in this Android 5.0.1 build, including Ambient Display and a pop-up in the My Files app that’ll show how much storage you have left on your device.
Also posted today are videos showing Android 5.0.1 on the Galaxy S5 LTE-A and Galaxy Note Edge. There’s nothing really new in the videos that we haven’t seen in previous Samsung Lollipop previews, but if you own either device, you’ll be glad to see 5.0.1 in action.
While it’s not exactly news to learn that Lollipop will be pushed to the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy S5 LTE-A, I’m betting that anyone that owns those phones will be happy to learn that they’ll be skipping Android 5.0 and going straight to 5.0.1. There’s still no word on when these updates will actually begin going out to the public, but it’s suggested that the pushes could begin as early as January.
You can find the Note Edge and S5 LTE-A videos at the link below. Do you own any of these three Samsung phones that'll soon be bumped to Android 5.0.1?