Marshmallow is awaited on many smartphones, but currently, only 10 percent of active Android devices have received it and many manufacturers and carriers are testing this update, but they need approvals and this can take a little longer than expected. However T-Mobile is now ready to release Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 to Samsung’s Note Edge & Note 4 phablets.
Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 update is rolling out to Galaxy Note Edge with the model number N915TUVU2CPE3 and to the Galaxy Note 4 with the model numbers N910TUVU2DPE3 and N910T3UVU1DPE3. T-Mobile Support has mentioned that the update will reach all users in the US over-the-air, but this will happen gradually, so those who want to check if the update is available on their devices can go to Settings> About Phone> Check for Software Update and manually download and install it.
The Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 update weighs in at 1.5GB in size, so it’s better to connect to your wireless network, to not consume your mobile data or to pay a big bill. Also, make sure that you have at least 50 percent battery left before starting the download process, because if the phone dies during the installation process, you’ll risk bricking it.
On the other hand, the upcoming Galaxy Note phablet will come preinstalled with Android Nougat, but according to the latest reports, it was spotted running Android Marshmallow with 3GB of RAM at AnTuTu. It seems that compared to the leaked specs on GeekBench, where the device was believed to be the Galaxy Note 7 with the model number SM-N930F, this time, in the AnTuTu database, the device has different specs, being listed as model number SM-N930V and it has 4GB of RAM. The Note 7 will have a 5.7-inch QHD screen, and according to AnTuTu, it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with Adreno 530 graphics. The rear camera will have a resolution of 13MP and the front camera will be 5MP, while the battery is expected to have a capacity of 3600mAh.
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