Samsung has just confirmed that the Galaxy Note 2 will also get the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, although it hasn't yet confirmed the date.
Samsung has already managed to roll out an update for the Galaxy S5 to most areas, and has started a Lollipop crusade for the Galaxy S4, with an update for the old-gen arriving.
AT&T has started rolling out the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for the LG G3 units that it's sold. This follows the rollout of the new software for G3 models from other parts of the world, which started last year.
Samsung's been keeping busy with Android 5.0 Lollipop, trying to get the update out to qualifying devices as quickly as possible. Considering the weight of its proprietary TouchWiz UI (it's a 1GB update for the Galaxy S4)
Samsung most recent AMOLED slates, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5, are in Samsung's current tablet lineups, pairing potent hardware.
Sony has regularly been criticized for its support policies, leaving behind mid-range models and taking its time with flagship updates.
Samsung's U.S. website reveals that Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is set to receive Android 5.0 today. The information, listed on the Samsung support page.
The HTC One M8 is receiving its Android 5.0 Lollipop update in India. HTC has already explained that it won't meet the deadline on updating for all variants of its flagship phone.
Verizon has yesterday unveiled that it's the first US carrier to push the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Samsung Galaxy S5. This smartphone has so far been updated to Lollipop.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might get treated to Android 5.0 Lollipop before its newer cousin, the Galaxy Note 4. SamMobile reports that the Russian version of the Note 3 (SM -N900) can be updated.
Apple has released the latest software updates for both its mobile and computer operating systems.iOS 8.1.3 is now rolling out with a handful of bug fixes in tow.
The HTC One users impatient enough to jump from Android 4.4.2 all the way up to Android 5.0 now have the chance to do so thanks to no other than LlabTooFeR, one of the senior recognized developers over at XDA.