Samsung smartphones have really lined up towards the track of greatness and seem to be working very efficiently on the task of taking their creator towards glory. Recent additions in the smartphone trail by Samsung have some elite names like Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, which have totally revolutionized the smartphone era. The twin edged curved display of S6 Edge came out as an improvement to the previous curved edge of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge because of the operation issues with differently handed people. Another impressive gang of smartphones by Samsung includes the Galaxy Alpha.
Samsung Galaxy Alpha has been an impressive medium budget option with astounding features with head turning elegance and performance. The only setback of the devices was the formerly latest OS platform Android Kitkat, which came installed in the entire Alpha series out of the box. The news which now makes the pack really an Alpha is the roll out of Android Lollipop firmware update which has started kicking off the bucket a couple weeks ago initiated by American carrier, AT&T. The update build will upgrade the system Android version to Android Lollipop 5.0.2. The upgrade is believed to carry new material design and other UI based improvements. The update is available on-the-air (OTA) in South Korea only by now, and is soon expected to roll out for other regions as well.