Galaxy Note 3 receives the Android 5.1.1 update soon
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 received the Android 5.0 Lollipop update a few months ago. In some regions the South Korean tech giant is still rolling out the Android 5.0.2 and Android 5.0.1 updates to Galaxy Note 3 and Note 3 LTE devices in some countries. But in these two android updates a lot of unsolved bugs are present. Galaxy Note 3 and Note 3 LTE users are annoying with serious bugs of Lollipop like frequent restarts, heavy Ram usage due to Memory leak and app crashes. Lack of silent mode is also a con of Android Lollipop. So some users of Galaxy Note 3 reverted back to Android Kitkat regardless of the great features of Android Lollipop like Material design, revamped user interface and new notifications priority mode. But some Note 3 users are still waiting for the next official update from Samsung to resolve these bugs.
Samsung also trying to rollout the Android 5.1.1 update soon to Galaxy Note 3 and Note 3 LTE ahead of the release of Android M in October. According to leaked news, Samsung is going to release the Android 5.1.1 update to Galaxy Note 3 and Note 3 LTE devices in July or August. Samsung will upgrade the unlocked and Retail editions of Galaxy Note 3 to Android 5.1.1 at first. Samsung may start the rollout to Galaxy Note 3 first in Europe and then the rollout will spread to North American countries and Asian Countries. So the European variant of Galaxy Note 3 with Model number SM-N9000 may get the Android 5.1.1 update first. There is still no official announcement about the Android M update for Galaxy Note 3 and Note 3 LTE. Samsung may announce about it after the release of Android M in October.