21 July 2016
Samsung is now looking forward to fulfilling another promise of rolling out latest Android Marshmallow for the two-year-old Galaxy Note 4. A couple of weeks ago, Samsung starts rolling out Android Marshmallow for the Galaxy Note 4 N910 F European variant.
Initially, Samsung rolled out the update for the contract free Exynos powered variant N910C then followed up by the carrier bound Exynos variants received the latest Android Marshmallow flavor. Now the Galaxy Note 4 variant powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 is all set to receive the Marshmallow flavor of Android operating system.
The latest Marshmallow update package is about 1.3GB in size which will upgrade the Lollipop running Note 4 N910F variants to Marshmallow. The update build number can vary from the carrier or your country. At the moment, Samsung roll out news of Marshmallow update is received from many countries in Europe including Ireland, Germany, Hungary, and the UK are among those countries where Galaxy Note 4 Exynos variants are receiving official roll out. The device locked from major carriers including A1, Swisscom and Vodafone already got the Marshmallow update package.
The latest Android Marshmallow update for Galaxy Note 4 is bringing all the perks which customers of Galaxy Note 4 deserve after updating their devices to the latest Android Marshmallow. As expected, the Note 4 owners will be getting the Android 6.0 key features Doze, a new way of providing permission to newly installed apps. It also updates the Samsung TouchWiz version which is bringing a number of changes as compared to Lollipop version of TouchWiz.
First most prominent change in Marshmallow TouchWiz version is a new Graphics User Interface. The Note 4 propriety feature S pen will also receive the new interface for its features and a new feature of Screen off memo is also part of the package which was initially part of Galaxy Note 5. The OS will be more stable after the Marshmallow update. Even though overall speed will also be increased but we can’t be sure it will work as faster as it is on latest Galaxy Note 5. The Galaxy Note 5 is currently the latest phablet of the Galaxy Note lineup and was the first Samsung device running on Marshmallow out of the box that’s why we can’t say that Note 4 can compete against Note 5 in terms of speed and stability of Marshmallow OS.