Another batch of Samsung smartphones are receiving an upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow today, with downloads appearing in both Canada and the US. The update has been spotted for the Telus Galaxy S6 and T-Mobile’s Galaxy Note 5.
The Galaxy Note 5 OTA update comes with the N920TUVV2DPD1 version number and weighs in at 1.42GB large. Other T-Mobile customers are also reporting that the same update has begun landing for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.
Telus branded Galaxy S6 owners in Canada have been waiting for their version of this Marshmallow update for some time too. The software was pushed back from its original March 9th release date last month, and the update also seems to have missed its revised April 13th target date by a few days as well.
The Marshmallow update from both carriers contains an upgrade straight to Android 6.0.1, complete with the new emojis, and the latest April Android security patches. There is also Samsung’s redesigned App Drawer, enhanced battery-life thanks to Doze, and more configurable app permissions bundled into the download.
As always, just sit tight for the update to roll out to your device or connect your phone up to Samsung’s companion software. Alternatively, you can force a manual OTA check through Settings > About device > Software update.