Mobile Tech: Samsung Galaxy Android 5.1.1 Release Breakdown

Mobile Tech: Samsung Galaxy Android 5.1.1 Release Breakdown
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Samsung keeps the fight on to the top.
The Samsung Galaxy Android 5.1.1 update remains in focus as we push deeper into July towards Samsung’s rumored Galaxy Note 5 release in August. Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a number of new details emerge and today we want to breakdown everything we know about the Android 5.1.1 release for Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 4, and others.
Earlier this year, Samsung started rolling out a brand new version of Lollipop dubbed Android 5.1.1. The Android 5.1.1 update is Google’s latest and perhaps final version of its Lollipop operating system as it continues to work on its Android M update. For Galaxy owners, it’s a bug fixer that tackles several issues and brings additional enhancements.

While Android 5.1.1 is an important update, Samsung hasn’t exactly rolled out the red carpet. Its been pushing out updates, yes, but the company hasn’t been treating it like an Android 5.0. We haven’t seen any official announcements and we’ve seen updates roll out at random to Galaxy smartphone and tablet owners. For the average Galaxy owner, it’s all a bit confusing.
Well, we want to help simplify things a little bit and bring you a look at the most important things we’ve found regarding the Galaxy Android 5.1.1 release. This roundup includes details from the past two weeks and it includes a look at some broader details including Galaxy Android 5.1.1 problems and more.
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