When it comes to Android updates, Samsung is more like slow-poke than Speedy Gonzales. To this day, only 10% of Android devices got the 6.0.1 version of the operating system.
It was only recently when the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Note 4 got the Marshmallow, but only for select models, such as the Note Edge model N915TUVU2CPE3, and the Note 4 models’ N910TUVU2DPE3 and N910T3UVU1DPE3. No one can blame Samsung owners if they get frustrated waiting. When everyone else around them is already enjoying the Marshmallow, they’re still stuck with a Lollipop or an even older version.
The good news is there is some movements happening. Sprint and U.S. Cellular are pushing for an update on both models. When that will happen, however, is anyone’s guess. Still, it’s better than no likelihood of an update at all.
Verizon is also testing the new OS for optimum device performance for the Galaxy Note 4, and bringing new features, bug fixes and security patches to the Galaxy Note Edge.
The only thing that is very certain at the moment is T-mobile, which is not pushing or testing Marshmallow, but actually rolling it out to both the Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy Note 4.
In Europe, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update has been rolled out to users in Austria, Germany, Italy, Korea, Poland for the SM-N910C, and Uzbekistan.
Users of Galaxy Note 4 in India, on the other hand, need to be a little more patient.
What about the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Marshmallow update?
The situation is a bit disappointing. It’s all pushing and starting to roll out in England and other parts of Europe. But the worse is in Canada, where there’s nothing scheduled for both the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It would have been better if something was on the pipeline, but there’s none.
When other Samsung models, such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 gets Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update, some Note 4 and Note Edge models have yet to get a taste.
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