It appears that carriers in the United States are getting their Android update testing done in a timely manner for once. Yesterday we reported on the Android Lollipop update that was released for the Galaxy S5 on Verizon, a carrier that is normally notoriously slow to get Android updates out due to their testing and network certification processes. Today it has been confirmed that two devices on Sprint will be receiving their updates to Lollipop. The first of these two devices is the Galaxy S5. As Samsung's flagship smartphone, it was expected that the Galaxy S5 would receive an update to Lollipop. The surprise is that two US carriers have pushed the update to devices in a relatively reasonable period of time. The update...
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