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[Representational Image] Android Marshmallow finally released to AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 5, S6 edge in US In Picture: People walk past the AT&T store in New York's Times Square, Jun. 17, 2015.Reuters

After months of delay, network carrier AT&T has rolled out the much-awaited Android Marshmallow update to Samsung's two flagship devices – Galaxy Note 5 and S5 Edge+ in the United States.

The new updates with build numbers MMB29K.N920AUCU2BPE6 and MMB29K.G928AUCU2BPE6 are being rolled to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920A) and Galaxy S6 Edge+ (SM-G928AZDAATT), respectively via Over-The-Air (OTA), AT&T confirmed on the company support page.

To check for OTA update notification on the Android phone,

Go to Settings >> About phone >> System updates

After updating, Samsung devices will reboot to complete the installation procedure.

Since OTA process is carried out in stages, it may take a week or more to reach all corners of the U.S.

Both the updates are being pushed, weigh around 1.6GB and come with Doze battery optimisation feature, improved "Now on Tap" search option, support for more international dialects, silent mode to the sound profile, a do-not-disturb option, performance-enhancing optimisations, enhanced boot security system, and more.

Also read: Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow: 7 key features you need to know

Besides the Marshmallow features, Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ also get enhanced TouchWiz UI features and also Google's June security updates.

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