Samsung Android 5.1.1 Version: 7 Things You Should Know Right Now

The Samsung Galaxy Android 5.1 release continues to gain momentum as we enter June, and today we want to take a look at the top things Galaxy smartphone and tablet users need to know about Samsung’s Galaxy Android 5.1 update and release.

In December, Samsung started rolling out Android Lollipop to its Galaxy-branded devices. In the months after the initial launch. Android 5.0.2 and Android 5.0.1 came to a number of devices, including big names like the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4, and lesser-known devices like the Galaxy A series.

Samsung’s Android 5.0.2 and Android 5.0.1 Lollipop updates continue to roll out, although it looks like they will soon be merged with Android 5.1, a newer version of Google’s Lollipop operating system.

Android 5.1 first started rolling out to Nexus phones and tablets in March and is starting to catch on elsewhere as well. Samsung is one of the companies preparing to release Android 5.1 Lollipop updates, and today we’re going to take a look at a few of the top things to know ahead of the company’s upcoming Android 5.1 Lollipop release.

Samsung Android 5.1 Release Confirmed

The first thing you need to know is that Samsung Android 5.1 version has been confirmed. Samsung isn’t talking about its plans yet, but we don’t need it. Canadian carrier Rogers Samsung has already confirmed the update for its current flagships, and we’ve seen references to the update at: Samsung’s Developer portal.


Samsung doesn’t usually make a big deal about Android releases, so we may see the company launch it on a random day it chooses. Owners of current Galaxy flagships should keep their eyes peeled as we head into June and summer.

android 5.1.1

Know that when Samsung releases Android 5.1, it will most likely not be the first version of Android 5.1. Instead, the company is preparing to roll out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, the latest version of Lollipop from Google, and an update that fixes a few issues with Android 5.1.

What this means is that Samsung’s next big Lollipop update could be extremely stable. We’re running Android 5.1.1 on several Nexus devices and it’s much more stable than Google’s Android 5.1. Lollipop issues have been plaguing Samsung Galaxy owners for months, and there’s a good chance Android 5.1.1 will offset at least some of these issues.

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Galaxy S6 Android 5.1 Version

Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Android 5.1 version will likely be in the first place. Rogers claims it will begin rolling out these updates in June, and SamMobilereliable source, Android 5.1 Start pushing in June or July. In other words, Samsung is nearing the finish line and if testing continues, we should see updates roll out in the near future.

Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.1 Version

Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge Android 5.1 updates won’t be the only updates that stand out. A Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.1.1 update has been nearly confirmed and will apparently be released before the end of July. No specific date has been confirmed, and we haven’t seen any details emerge from Samsung’s carrier partners.


At this point, it is not clear whether anyone other than Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 4 users will get Android 5.1 Lollipop. There are whispers but nothing concrete.

USA Samsung Android 5.1 Version

Thanks to a leak, we know that the Galaxy Android 5.1.1 update will likely make its way to the United States.


A few weeks ago, a A mysterious message was given to the T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge user. Android 5.1.1 update. The update hasn’t rolled out, but it’s clear that T-Mobile at least has the update to test before a public release.

If T-Mobile is testing Android 5.1.1, chances are high that another carrier will be testing Android 5.1.1, so we expect other major Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note carriers to join in when Android 5.1.1 launches.

New features

Samsung Android 5.1 rumors have outlined the new features that will arrive in the Android 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 4.

Android 5.1 is expected to bring back Guest Mode, in addition to iPhone-like exposure control, which allows users to adjust exposure in the viewfinder by simply swiping a finger up or down.

SamMobile It also claims That Android 5.1 will bring support for RAW and lower ISO values, which should help reduce the noise found in some photos.

Android M Might Be Next

Android 5.1.1 could be Samsung’s last Lollipop update.

Android M Easter Egg

Last week at Google I/O 2015, Google announced that it plans to roll out a brand new Android M update in the third quarter of this year. The 3rd Quarter covers the months of July, August and September; This means that updates for Nexus devices should be made by September at the latest.

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Nexus Android M release rumors are currently rolling out the update in August, but that has yet to be confirmed. Galaxy devices are typically a few weeks and sometimes months, which means we should see a healthy Android 5.1 rollout before Android M.

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