In case the early look of Android Lollipop running on the Samsung Galaxy S5 wasn't quite enough, SamMobile has returned with yet another pre-release build — this time for the Galaxy S4. While it's no official confirmation that the GS4 will definitely get the update, this at least shows Samsung is looking into it.
The publication has revealed additional screenshots of the Lollipop-optimized TouchWiz UI, which looks similar to the one previewed for the Galaxy S5. Because the firmware is based on early Lollipop code (LRX02E) it's not possible to talk performance and how responsive the test build is, but based on the leaked footage everything appears to be pretty smooth. SamMobile also notes that memory management also appears to be more efficient, however Wifi connectivity apparently isn't working in this build.
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