Samsung began rolling out Android 5.0 to its Samsung Galaxy S5 earlier this month, but so far, it has only been available to users in South Korea and Poland. However, that's all about to change, as the update begins its march across Europe.
According to SamMobile, Lollipop is now starting to roll out to Galaxy S5 users in Spain, adding that the update will be made available in more European countries "over the next couple of weeks", along with the first markets in other continents.
Samsung has previously committed to delivering Android 5.0 to its Galaxy S5 LTE-A, S4, Note 4 and Note 3 models, but these devices will not be updated until sometime in "early 2015".
A video that leaked a few weeks ago revealed an early look at Samsung's implementation of Android 5.0 on the Galaxy Note 4, including the latest version of its TouchWiz user interface elements.