After releasing Android Marshmallow to Galaxy S6 series, Samsung has reportedly begun rolling out the new OS update to flagship phablet Galaxy Note 5 in India.
The new firmware (build version number: N920GDDU2BPC4) is available to the Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920G) model in India, SamMobile reported.
The Android M software is around 1.27GB in size and brings Doze power saving feature, new "Now on Tap" search, support for new international languages, performance tweaks and numerous value-added features to enhance user-experience.
In addition to Marshmallow features, it will also bring changes to the TouchWiz UI to make it more visually appealing.
How to update OS firmware on Android phone via OTA (Over-The-Air):
Go to Settings >> About phone >> System updates
The OTA roll-out process is staged in phases so it will take some time to reach all corners of the country.
In a related development, Samsung has released Android Marshmallow to Galaxy S5 in the company's home country South Korea. If history is taken as any guide, we expect the roll-out process expand to other regions of Asia including India by the end of April.
So far, Samsung has released Android Marshmallow update to Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, Galaxy Note 5 in select markets.
Other Samsung devices, which are said to receive update, include Galaxy Alpha, Galaxy A8 (2015), A7 (2015), A9 (2016), A7 (2016), A5 (2016) and A3 (2016).