Korean company Samsung introduced Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge in 2014 that were launched running on android 4.4 KitKat and later it went through several software updates. But recently Canadian carrier Rogers announced in their community forum that they have started rolling out the latest Android Marshmallow in three Samsung smartphone named Galaxy Note 4, Note 5 and Galaxy Note Edge. Galaxy Note 5 was launched in 2015 that came running on Android 5.1 Lollipop and this is the first major update it received after launch.

According to a previous report, carrier Telus and Koodo have released Android 6.0 Marshmallow in their version of Galaxy Note 4 while T-Mobile and Verizon in the US and Telus, Bell in Canada have released their version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in Galaxy Note 5.

Android Marshmallow Update
Android Marshmallow Update

Android Marshmallow is Loaded With Tons of Interesting Features

The latest update Android version 6.0.1 Marshmallow is loaded with tons of interesting features while it is also a bug fixer. TouchWiz user interface is one such improvement that has enhanced the visual design and usability of the Smartphone. Also, this update is designed to conserve more amount of battery by including some power management tools such as App standby and Doze modes.

Doze slows down battery consumption by suspending network activity and background CPU for various apps when you are not using the phone for long time while App standby mode suspends the background network activity for apps that you have not used for long time.

The update file has a size of 1.4 GB, so ensure to have enough space in the device before receiving the update while strong network connectivity is also suggested. Carriers normally do not release the update altogether on all its devices, so you might have to wait for few days in order to get and enjoy all the features of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.


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