Samsung's last year flagship, the Galaxy Note 5 has finally started receiving the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update in India. Outside the US, India is one of the largest consumer markets for Samsung and that being the reason why the company is trying to pace up the update rollout for its flagship devices in the country. Last week, the Galaxy S6 lineup also got the Marshmallow update in India.
The OTA update is 1269 MB in size. It will tweak the firmware version to N920GDDU2BPC4. Like the Galaxy S6 line-up, Marshmallow update will fare likewise on the Galaxy Note 5 as well. The update will enhance the visual interface of the device. It will also bring various features onboard, such as Google Now on Tap, app permissions, and many more.
Folks at Sammobile reported that at the time of installing the update, they received an information message, which stated that the update will bring features like auto deletion that will help in the management of unnecessary cache files and better memory.
For those Galaxy Note 5 users who haven't got the update yet, you can check it manually. Simply go to Settings > About device > Software update > Tap on the Update now button to initiate installation.
Do you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 5? If yes, then have you got the update? Let us know through the comment section.