In case you happen to own Samsung’s metal rimmed Galaxy Alpha, there is a good news for you! Your smartphone is set to receive the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update. Samsung has begun rolling out software update to the Galaxy Alpha handsets in South Korea. Three major carriers in South Korea including SK Telecom have started pushing the software updates over the air (OTA).

Currently the update is only available to the Galaxy Alpha users in South Korea, but it should soon reach consumers in other countries. If you live in South Korea, you can update your device by going to Settings> About phone> System updates. Alternatively, you can update your device by accessing Samsung Kies.

Upon updating, you will see a revamped User Interface with apparent Material Design changes. The software built that the Galaxy Alpha is getting is the same as the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S5, which should be a good news as you are likely to get faster performance, better control over notifications, and possibly increased battery life as well.

Via: SamMobile

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