Sony Xperia Z5 will be updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow while other Xperias to 5.1.1 Lollipop. The flagships of the different manufacturers that have recently come to market are always the first to receive the update to new OS versions. In this case, the Sony Xperia Z5 could receive the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow in January.
T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is getting Lollipop. Good news, after all. Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was one of the last Android of Samsung that wasn’t receiving a new update to the latest version of the new operating system by Google. Despite the fact that Samsung Galaxy Note II is, maybe, not getting any Lollipop update, other Note series are already. The OTA is hitting up the Note Edge on its T-Mobile station, a few weeks after passing by both the US Cellular and Sprint stops.
Original HTC One Mini won’t be updated to Lollipop, either. Just a few hours ago it has been known that the HTC One Mini 2 can not be updatet to Android 5.0 Lollipop. It was the company itself that would have given the news on Twitter, ensuring that this version “does not provide an optimal experience” in the terminal. The truth is that after learning the information many wondered what would happen then to the original model. Unfortunately, you can not receive the update, which already sensed, especially considering that this is a lower device.
HTC One Mini 2 will not receive an update to Lollipop. Bad news for HTC One Mini 2 owners. The device is surprisingly not being updated to Lollipop. Yes, this is somewhat surprising, because the hardware that is integrated into the HTC One Mini 2, without being the most powerful on the market, it is suitable to run Android Lollipop with adequate solvency. An example of this is that the processor is a Snapdragon 400, the RAM is 1 GB, and also as the battery or connectivity are adequate to that. HTC One Mini 2 is not far from being accurate model as some of Motorola, so maybe it is running Sense which does not offer the expected performance.