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AT&T Released Android Lollipop V5.1 to Samsung S5

As certain Smartphone makers are releasing the Android’s latest operating system, none other than Android Marshmallow 6.0, Samsung Galaxy S5 is waiting for the Android Lollipop update indeed. Hope you know the Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone released back in February 2014, which straightway comes with the Android Kitkat OS (v4.4), which is the then latest OS. Interestingly, this mobile has been given a promise of upgrading to the upcoming Android Lollipop OS (v5.0) in the future. Yet, the respective customers are in the waiting list for the same. Finally, the Cape of Good Hope is come into the Samsung S5 users, as AT&T officially stated that, it will bring the Android Lollipop V5.1 OS to its Galaxy S5 devices.

Several Essential Features are Added:
AT&T Released Android Lollipop V5.1 to Samsung S5
AT&T Released Android Lollipop V5.1 to Samsung S5
As Google launched their Android Marshmallow into the Nexus devices, the Samsung S5 customers are very delighted for the upgradable OS of Android 5.1. However, this 2014 flagship mobile from Samsung isn’t just getting the operating system upgrade; perhaps, certain essential features followed by security software were also released along with the software upgrade.

Some of the essential features added with this Android 5.1.1 of Samsung Galaxy S5 are, Android for Work, Few Security protocols. It also comes with the bug fixer for the Ultra Power Saving Mode of S5 using on-device encryption technology.

Over the Air Rollout Begins Sooner:

The official date for the release of the update is yet to be announced. However, the tech experts says that, as this is an over the air update service, your Smartphone could get the upgradable OS even before it gives you the notification for the Android 5.1 availability. You can also have the manual check the updates with your Smartphone by doing so. Settings > About device > Software update. (try to get connected with the Wi-Fi as the data will be heavy).

According to the official reports, the new version of the Android 5.1 upgrade OS will be available at the size of 609MB and hence you must have the strong data connectivity to get the OS upgrading without any interruption. The latest version of the OS will be having the build version of LMY47X.G900AUCU4COI5.

Highlights of Samsung Galaxy S5 Smartphone:

Though we are really aware about the flagship mobile from Samsung in 2014, let us see the highlights of this mobile, which is really far better than many mobiles even today.


It has got Super AMOLED type 5.1 inch touch screen with the Corning Gorilla Glass version 3. It comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC with the Krait 400. The Adreno 330 gives better graphics support even to the latest games with the play store. It has 2GB RAM for the better multitasking support. Also, it has 16MP camera at the rear end, whilst the front end is supported with 2MP with direct video call option indeed. 

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