Samsung, the South Korean mobile giant, has finally started to roll an Android Marshmallow 6.0 update to its phablet handset launched last year, the Galaxy Note 5. The update that you will see on your Note 5 will be of 1269MB size and firmware version after the update will get you to N920GDDU2BPC4. This update is specific to the Indian audience, so consumers in the country should check their handsets for this major update over the air. We recommend you update it over Wi-Fi network and have over 50% battery capacity on your smartphone.
The Marshmallow update for the Note 5 is essentially the same that company has rolled out to its Galaxy S6 customers in India, which started last week. While in related news, today the two-year-old flagship, the Galaxy S5 is getting the big Marshmallow update in the homeland of the company, the South Korea. It is about time that also happens in India and other regions as well. It looks like Samsung is on the spree to provide the much-awaited upgrade to its flagship consumers.
The Indian smartphone market was one of the few bigger markets where company has been selling its phablet, now the Note 5 consumers in the country can taste the latest version of the Android Marshmallow. We have been using the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge for quite a while now, and they come out of the box with Marshmallow 6.0 installed. So, far the experience was quite good and you see some welcoming features as well.
The features that you get on this major update for the Galaxy Note 5 includes updated visual interface, Now on Tap, App Permissions, New Settings controls and more. Hopefully, you’ll also see some new features incorporating the use of Stylus. There is also better memory management on the latest update for the Note 5, which should speed up the already beastly performance of the device.
Note if this update hasn’t popped up for you yet, then you can manually check for it. To do so, head over to the Settings> About> Software update menu and tap on the Update now button. Now you should get that right away if you haven’t. So, have you received this update yet or still waiting for it? Shoot the answers in the comments section below.