Samsung Galaxy Note Edge on Verizon gets Android Marshmallow
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablets on Verizon started to receive Android Marshmallow last week, and now the time has come for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge to get the same treatment. Next to the usual changes delivered by Android Marshmallow, this 5.6-inch device also gets a few additional features, including WiFi calling and ultra high quality audio.
The new software version is MMB29M.N915VVRU2CPD1 and no longer comes with Amazon Music preinstalled. Android Marshmallow comes with the usual features, such as Google Now on Tap, granular app permissions, Doze mode, and so on. The new audio capabilities of the handset come with improvements "for any file type" and, according to the official update news, "audiophile level sound quality" overall. Android for Work support is also present, as well as the latest security updates.
Since this update is quite large, a steady, fast connection and a full battery are needed to keep the whole process on the safe side. As usual, those who did not get the automatic notification yet can check manually via Settings>About phone>Software updates.