A Good news for US Verizon Galaxy Note 5 users knocking out today as they are getting the android Marshmallow update for the first time from Samsung. The US carrier, Verizon announced that they have started to roll out the upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow in Galaxy note 5.
The upgrade comes with Live Broadcast improvements, Google Now on Tap, which shows up cards and apps with useful information, and WiFi Calling for HD Voice Users. Verizon also said the update comes with ‘the latest security patches’ however that would only be experienced after the update will be rolled out in our Note 5.
According to the announcement, the update begins to roll out on March 4 with software version as VRU2BPB2. If you want to check the update before the notification you can check out by going to settings > About Device> Software update> Check for Updates.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow was come up in last quarter of 2015 with refinement to Material Design visual experience and underlying features. The operating system has been upgraded on numerous devices worldwide. While Galaxy Note 5 owners had to wait for a while as they saw other companies continued to rollout Marshmallow updates.
However, some reports in October had pointed out that major US carriers will be bringing Android Marshmallow on Galaxy Note 5 and now Verizon has confirmed the date.
For complete details about the update, you can click the source link below.