Samsung Galaxy Phone & Tablet Upgrade to Android 5.0 list Exposed

SamsungAccording to overseas report, Samsung has recently unveiled Android Galaxy device upgrade list to Android 5.0. Samsung also said that Galaxy S4 is also expected to get upgraded with several other jellybean System. This article contains list of Jellybean as well as Key Lime Pie upgrade list.

Android ‘s new version is 5.0 and that is dubbed as Key lime pie. We had earlier discussed about the feature that must be there to attract the users to buy it.  Anyways, talking about the new report, Key Lime Pie OS will bring major changes and Samsung needs little extra time to update its product accordingly. Officially the details will be announced soon, just keep in touch.  In addition to this note, the all new Galaxy Grand is looking forward to get new version so as Galaxy X Cover 2 which recently got officially updated to Android 4.1.2.

Thus, the news seems to be true in much aspect because Samsung won’t disclose its agendas without any proof. If you are concern if the latest upgrade is meant for your device or not then check out the list given below:

Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean upgrade:

  • GT-I9080-Galaxy Grand
  • GT-I9082-Galaxy Grand DUOS
  • GT-I8160-Galaxy Ace 2
  • GT-I8190-Galaxy S3 mini
  • GT-I8350-Galaxy Beam
  • GT-I8730-Galaxy Express
  • GT-I9070-Galaxy S Advance
  • GT- I9100 -Galaxy S2
  • GT-I9105-Galaxy S2 Plus
  • GT-I9260-Galaxy Premier
  • GT-N7000-Galaxy Note
  • GT-S6310-Galaxy Young
  • GT-S6312-Galaxy Young DUOS
  • GT-S6810-Galaxy Fame
  • GT-S7710-Galaxy X Cover 2

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie upgrade:

  • GT- I9300 -Galaxy S3
  •  GT-I9305-Galaxy S3 LTE
  •  GT-I9500-Galaxy S4
  •  GT-I9505-Galaxy S4 LTE
  •  GT-N5100-Galaxy Note 8.0
  •  GT-N5105-Galaxy Note 8.0 LTE
  •  GT-N5110-Galaxy Note 8.0 Wi-Fi
  •  GT-N7100-Galaxy Note II
  •  GT-N7105-Galaxy Note II LTE
  •  GT-N8000-Galaxy Note 10.1
  •  GT-N8005-Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE
  •  GT-N8010-Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi

It is widely believed that the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie will launch in May 2013 according to Google I/O assembly. Remind you again that this update list you are looking at is not yet officially announced, but expected to come in near future.

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