The Galaxy Note 3 is often considered as the best phablet that Samsung has ever created. And many people agree with this fact. The Note 3 had amazing specifications that no other device had on the release date.
The Note 3 was the first phone to have 3 GB RAM, Full HD 5.7″ Super AMOLED display, multitasking features and USB 3.0 for faster charging and quicker data transfers between the PC and the phone. These kind of specifications are more than enough to support Android 5.0 Lollipop.
If you have been following our site, you know that some of the most popular Galaxy devices have received unofficial builds of CyanogenMod 12 ROM based on 5.0 Lollipop with Material design. Now it is time for the Note 3 to get its own Lollipop ROM.
We were talking just a few days ago about how the Note 3 is not getting the attention that it deserves. But just a few moments later, a video was published showing the Note 3 running on a beta Touchwiz firmware based on 5.0 Lollipop.
The firmware looks fast, smooth and Touchwiz with Material Design looks very good. But the update from Samsung will come in a few months. Until then, Note 3 users will be more than happy using CyanogenMod 12 ROM.
Before you download the ROM, please note that it is not official and there are many bugs that haven’t been fixed yet. Most of applications and features are working but there are a few issues like random reboots, video recording not working, audio codecs not working properly, keyboard is buggy and the layout has a few issues.
If you still want to install it, download CyanogenMod 12 CM12 ROM based on 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 here.