Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is just around the corner. Although it has been overshadowed by the launch of the great devices that are hitting the market and that they will in the coming weeks and months, the fact is that the new version of the operating system continues. Soon we will begin with the pools on which devices updated to the new version and when they will, but it seems that will not happen with Samsung, since we have a list of Samsung Galaxy devices yes updated to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie .
Moreover, there is not only the list of smartphones and tablets from the company upgraded to the next version, but also of all those who receive Android 4.2.2 update for Jelly Bean and therefore will remain there, including see some of the large devices in the company. The device list has been published by resources and, in theory, come from an internal source, so it seems pretty reliable.
What devices upgraded to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean? In this list we find the likes flagships of Samsung Galaxy Note original and Samsung Galaxy S2, which means that although updated to a new version, it is likely that be the last.Besides these, we also updated the Galaxy S2 would Plus, Galaxy Grand, Grand DUOS Galaxy, Galaxy 2, Galaxy S3 Mini, Galaxy Beam, Galaxy Express, Advance Galaxy S, Galaxy Premier, Young Galaxy, Galaxy Young Duos, Galaxy Fame and Galaxy X Cover 2.
If your smartphone is not on the above list, two things can happen. On the one hand, to be upgraded to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, and secondly, that you no longer receive more updates.
What devices upgraded to Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie? Why not, we are at the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S4, including LTE version. In addition, the Galaxy S3 would update and LTE Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 8.0, with LTE and WiFi versions, Galaxy and Galaxy Note 2 Note 2 LTE, and the Galaxy Note 10.1, with LTE and WiFi versions.
As we see, only the latest flagship Android 5.0 update to Key Lime Pie. The rest will stay at 4.2.2 Android Jelly Bean. Not too strange thing to happen. In any case, until we know the features of the new version of the operating system, we can not know whether to stay in Jelly Bean is really relevant, or if it’s just a few minor roles. Also, do not forget that this is not an official list, and there could be changes at the time of launch.