It does not stop Samsung on updates to its devices. After the announcement of the transition to Lollipop Galaxy Note 2 this morning, Samsung is rolling out Lollipop on one of its entry-level smartphones: the Galaxy Core Prime.
The Galaxy Core Prime is certainly not the smartphone that Samsung has the most press. Out very quietly earlier this year, this is an entry level smartphone with a screen 4.5-inch IPS WVGA resolution, 480 × 800. It is in fact of an entry level variation of Galaxy A3, in which Samsung has replaced the metal shell with a plastic shell but retained the SoC, namely a Snapdragon 410.
The Galaxy Core Prime is installed by default on Android KitKat in version 4.4.4. And it is likely to pass soon Lollipop. The deployment of the upgrade began in Poland, an area that often receives updates of Samsung devices in advance, and should arrive in a few weeks in France. Ultimately, the Galaxy Core Prime should be installed Android 5.0.2 under the build G360FXXU1BOD9.
Recall finally that we have prepared a complete dossier on the list of recently updated to Lollipop devices.