A new Lollipop ROM has leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Many Manufacturers said they will rollout Android Lollipop updates this year. Currently, Android 5.0.2 is the latest version of Google’s OS. Lollipop on the Galaxy S4 has been rumoured a few times and is already a reality on the Google Play Edition of the handset so the leak is not completely out of the blue. So you can check out the ROM below and can move to the XDA for flashing, etc.
The ROM in question is Android 5.0.1 build and according to the original source it is compatible for GT-I9500/9502/9508/9508v versions. The nice folks over at XDA have been playing around with the new software for a few hours and it appears to be a legitimate official Samsung firmware as opposed to the recent Aurora ports of the leaked Note 3 software.
It has a Chinese Language, but even English is available as a system language, along with two variants of Chinese, some system messages will remain regionalized and so will some functions, like the weather widget. A stock English keyboard is also missing, but that is easily fixable. Other than that the build seems to be doing well in terms of functionality. NFC, sbeam, GPS, Bluetooth, 3G DATA, Wi-Fi, all sensors for motion and light, hotspot function, Multiwindow all seem to be in working order, as reported by various early adopters.
The information is through from unofficial sources and nothing has been revealed by Google but leaked out files and information about the Android 5.0.1 ROM can be found on XDA forums.