Android 6.0 Marshmallow has started rolling out to its lucky users but for most of the users, it is yet just a wish. The same is the case with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 users with Verizon as their carrier. For the Verizon Galaxy Note 4 users the Android 6.0 update will take some time but meanwhile they can try out the Android 5.1.1.
Comparatively the Verizon is six months behind the Sprint that released Android 5.1.1 update for its users in August. Also the AT&T made it in October and the T-Mobile users were updating just a month later.
The Android 5.1.1 update is finally ready for the Galaxy Note 4 users of Verizon. You can say that it is too late, but considering the update track of the Verizon it seems logical. We already know the reputations of Verizon among US carriers with updates that it receives last of all.
Comparatively the Verizon is six months behind the Sprint that released Android 5.1.1 update for its users in August. Also the AT&T made it in October and the T-Mobile users were updating just a month later. Thus after watching all others completing update one by one Verizon users got the update.
Meanwhile the US users of Verizon Galaxy Note 4 receive Android 5.1.1 the Galaxy Note 4 users in many other regions were busy enjoying the Android Marshmallow update. For instance, the Note 4 owners in Hungary received the OTA update of Android 6.0 last month. A video disseminated soon after the update showed the handset running Marshmallow.
The Android Marshmallow version with its new looks and features is expected to land in US not later than this quarter. Until then there are some noted fixes and improvements that you can check out on your Galaxy Note 4. The Android 5.1.1 update brings some bug fixes and security enhancement with Android for Work support for the Note 4. Android for Work allows the users to separate their work and personal apps to ensure more security for work data.