After Samsung began rolling out Galaxy Note 5’s Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for users in Cambodia, the manufacturer is now pushing out the software update to owners of the device in South Korea. Currently, the only local carriers reportedly rolling out the OTA Marshmallow software are LG U Plus and SK Telecom with other major mobile networks expected to soon follow. Stay tuned for more details related to update for other Galaxy devices.
The update is available for SM-N920C models and will be complemented with build number of N920CXXU2BPB6. Some of the enhancements expected include a few changes from the Marshmallow build software packed with a few UI tweaks like a version 4.0 web browser update that brings support for blocking ads, and the newly introduced Cross app. Just to mention a few, the latest core Android features will include Google Now on Tap, new fingerprint APIs, revamped app permissions and the battery saving Doze feature.
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