After releasing the Android Marshmallow to marquee phones Galaxy S6 series and Note 5, Samsung has deployed the new OS update to the former flagship phablet, Galaxy Note 4, in India.
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is around 1.41GB in size and has been made available through OTA (Over-The-Air), SamMobile reported.
Since the firmware is more than 1GB, Galaxy Note 4 owners are advised to download it via Wi-Fi for smooth installation.
How to update OS firmware on Android phone via OTA (Over-The-Air):
Go to Settings >> About phone >> System updates
OTA update roll-out process is carried out in phases, so it will take some time to reach all corners of the country.
The new Android M comes with Doze, an improved "Now on Tap" search option, more shortcuts, an enhanced boot security system and performance tweaks.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Samsung pushed Android Marshmallow to Galaxy S5 in its home region South Korea. Going by the previous release patterns, the company is expected to expand the update roll-out in India by the end of this month.
Other Samsung devices which are expected to receive new Android M include Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A8 (2015), A7 (2015), A9 (2016), A7 (2016), A5 (2016) and A3 (2016).
Watch this space for more updates.