Samsung has begun rolling out its latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update for the Galaxy Note 4. The release is being made available to international versions of the device initially, but should be available to all soon.
SamMobile reports that the release is currently being delivered to handsets with the N910C model number powered by an Exynos processor. Providing this rollout goes well and Samsung doesn’t encounter any hiccups, the update should expand its reach soon.
It weighs in at just under 1.3GB, and includes everything you would expect in a Marshmallow upgrade, including Doze, Google Now on Tap, and Android’s latest permissions system. It also includes a bunch of TouchWiz improvements.
Users can look forward to user interface tweaks through Samsung’s OS, plus Google’s latest security patch for April.
It should be noted that this release is only compatible with N910C handsets, and should not be installed on any other variant of the Galaxy Note 4. If you find the ROM online, then, attempting to install it could damage your device.
We’ll update you when Samsung makes this update available to other Note 4 variants.