AT&T has started rolling out a minor firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, bringing along the HD Voice feature. Customers can only access this feature if both parties on the phone call have the feature enabled. Currently, HD Voice is limited to a few regions in the U.S.. The update changes the firmware version to N910AUCU1BNK3 and is a hefty 223.71MB in size.
Android version remains the same at Android 4.4.4, so don’t expect to see any stock Android related changes on board. AT&T is also packing apps like Evernote, Softcard and Amazon Shopping along with the update. There’s also the usual suite of bug fixes and performance enhancements in tow with this new firmware upgrade. Make sure you’re on the lookout for an update later today if you own an AT&T branded Galaxy Note 4. Depending on your location, it might take some time to reach all devices in the U.S., so maintain patience if you don’t see it right away.