Galaxy Note 5 appears with Android 6.0 Marshmallow

We have recently got reports about Samsung devices set for Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates. The alleged update roadmap now sounds more accurate as OTA updates show the Marshmallow edition on the Galaxy Note 5. The Note 5 Phablet on T-Mobile is set to stand first among the list.

Certain reports are showing the Marshmallow updates to stand with the leaked update roadmap. The updates for Note 5 were listed for release by December. This seems to be the case as the talks about the Marshmallow loaded Note 5 is getting hyped.

Though they will not stand first in the market but still the timely updates will entertain the Samsung smartphone users at large. The features and upgrades with Android Marshmallow are no more secret. Therefore there are a number of reasons to expect the updates sooner.

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Current updates are however not through official channels and thus not in finished flavor. The users who had a first-hand experience with some of these devices reported some unusual observations. With lost IMEI and being pushed out of custom ROM the updates brings slightly unusual performance. New reports suggest the updates in their finished form and also ready to rollout officially.

However those who have tested it out find no major differences but some minor issues that are subjected to fix. As per reports, the premature updates show a slight lack of features like open permissions for apps and some graphics and layouts. Thus to get the utmost features of the Android Marshmallow the updates are best sought in finished form.

As we mentioned, the official Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates for the Samsung Note 5 yet about to rollout. When you find the official version here is the build number to note; MRA58K.N920TUVU2DOK5. Hopefully we will see the first official release in next few weeks as December begins.

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