The smartphone was announced shortly after the Galaxy S5 launch last year as a more durable version of the flagship. Much like the predecessor, the Galaxy S4 Active, this smartphone was only made available through AT&T at the time of launch.
The smartphone although one of the company’s flagships, might have to wait a bit to receive the Lollipop update. But given that Samsung has already begun the rollout of the update for the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note 4, customers hope that an official OTA for the other variants is not far away.
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Via: Android Police