Marshmallow is slowly but surely makings its way to Samsung’s flagship ranks, and today is the Galaxy Note 4’s turn to make the jump to Android 6.0.
Users in Europe, India, and the United States are reporting receiving the much-awaited OTA notification on their Exynos-powered Galaxy Note 4’s (SM-N910C model). According to a tipster of GSM Arena’s, the update brings the ability to write down memos on the screen while the device is sleeping, a feature that was previously exclusive to the Note 5.
Visually, the Note 4 UI received a makeover matching that UI of the Note 5. Note 4 users will also be able to finally experience features like the revamped permission model, Doze mode, and Google Now on Tap.
The update is around 1.3GB in size and brings the build number to N910CXXU2DPCB. As always, in case you haven’t received the OTA notification, you can check for the update manually from Settings>About phone. You can also try to connect the device to Samsung’s PC companion software.
Sprint’s version of the Galaxy S5 is also joining the ranks of Marshmallow device. The 891.75MB update will bring the same changes we mentioned above and should go out in waves over the following weeks.