Doesn't it seem like we've all been waiting a long time for our Lollipop?
The new Android operating system was first unveiled back in June 2014 and started appearing on Google's own devices in November that year. But more than 3 months on, it has still failed to arrive on most Android handsets around the world. This isn't entirely surprising - each manufacturer is responsible for their own version of the new OS, but it can be frustrating for users.
So it's encouraging to hear that Samsung is lining up another update, this time for their powerful phablet the Galaxy Note 4. The update will incorporate new elements of Lollipop together with Samsung's TouchWiz interface. That means Google's material design philosophy will shine through, making for a more streamlined approach to notifications and the lock screen - you're going to be seeing a lot of cards.
The update arrived on Samsung Galaxy S5 devices some weeks back, with the handset clearly a priority for Samsung as their flagship model, while there's been no word on older phones like the Galaxy S4. For the moment, the Android Lollipop update for the Galaxy note 4 is only available in Poland and South Korea but it should be ready for launch everywhere soon.