If you are someone who owns a Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime there is good news for you, as this model has begun to update the version of its operating system to Android Lollipop. Therefore, the Korean company delivers what it promised some time ago and displays the firmware during these weeks.
Lollipop version included in the ROM available is Android 5.0.2, so it is not supplied the current that exists today, which is 5.1.1. The second version has the identification number G530HXCU1BOH3, and this arrival was looking to get more out of the Snapdragon 410 processor and 1 GB of RAM that exist inside the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime. The case is that it moves over KitKat waiting to know whether the Korean company decides that this terminal also gets Marshmallow in the future.
The update started by Russia, and it is possible to get the firmware on this link. As usual, then the new ROM will be coming to other regions through direct deployment on the phone (OTA). The download is over 150 MB, so it is highly recommended that once the process start you are connected to a WiFi network and provided more than 80% of the battery charge is taken.
What does improve with the arrival of Android 5.0.2 on Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime? To start the terminal performance is much better, and is accompanied by much more attractive and intuitive Material Design. Besides, it is also moving in the notification system, especially with regard to how they are displayed, and leads to the use of ART as working machine, which is much more efficient and stable. Therefore, it is worth making the leap to the new operating system as it improves in usability and design.