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Samsung has yet to complete the Android 5.0 Lollipop update on its devices. Fortunately for Galaxy Note users, the company intends to push the firmware further to several of its handset lines including the Galaxy Note 2, the Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy S4. More importantly, Google has also confirmed the rollout of the firmware to the mentioned devices according to Android Central.

Reports cite an interesting page revealing Samsung's plans about the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. GSM Arena reports that the highlighted URL is under Samsung.com's Finnish section. This means the confirmation is as reputable as people can hope it to be. The page provides a table revealing the details of Samsung's next planned update. This includes several smartphones and tablets. The surprising part about the plan is that Samsung appears intent on bringing the 5.0 mobile OS update even to its outdated smartphones.

The list also includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Note 3 which supports previous reports that they will be next in line. Some may be surprised to find the Galaxy Note 2 to be on the list since it has been a while since the handset was released. The device launched last September 2012. Throughout the years, Samsung has a tradition to support its products through 2 major updates or 2 years - this depends on which comes first. The release of the Android 5.0 firmware to the device is surprising.

People may have to wait for their respective carriers to pinpoint the exact date that the Lollipop firmware will hit their devices.

In another report by SamMobile, Samsung has also started working on the release of the Android 5.0.1 on the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A, Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge. The site offers an exclusive preview of the devices running on the update. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge users can skip the 5.0 version and go straight to the 5.0.1 version instead.

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