Leading smartphone maker Samsung has reportedly rolled out the new Android Marshmallow to the flagship Galaxy Note 4 in Europe.
Technology blog NapiDroid has confirmed that the new Android Marshmallow (build number: N910FXXU1DOL3X) has been released to Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910F) in Hungary.
Though the news brings joy to Samsung fans, it is a bit strange considering the fact that the company is yet to deploy the new update to current flagship models -- Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 5 series.
There is no official word on why the software release process got delayed for the marquee phones but there is a possibility that Samsung engineers might have found bugs during the test-run of the new software. Earlier this year, Samsung faced similar dilemma and released Android 5.0 Lollipop to Note 3 ahead of Note 4 owing to glitch found in the firmware's source code.
Google's new Android Marshmallow OS comes with an intuitive Doze power-saving feature. If the device is in sleep mode, it will automatically put apps to sleep to increase the device's standby battery life. It can extend battery life by at least 30% depending on the device's internal hardware.
Other noteworthy features include native support for fingerprint sensor input, a leaner and faster Chrome browser, more intuitive Now on Tap feature, new security-feature-verified boot system, support for more international dialects, new contextual assistance feature, Google photos and auto back-up from where all apps user data (less than 25MB) will automatically be stored in Google Drive.
How to Install Android Marshmallow update on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 via OTA [Over-The-Air]:
On getting the update notifications, select the "Yes, Download" option >> then, after downloading, select >> "Install now". The phone will restart automatically and the OS will be updated to the new version.
We would like to remind out readers that the roll-out process is being carried out in phases, so it will take a few more weeks to reach all corners.
Until then, users can check manually on the smartphone by going to – "Settings" >> "About phone" >> "System update" >> "Check Now".