After beginning its Marshmallow rollout for the Galaxy Note 4 a couple of months ago, Samsung has started upgrading the device to Android 6.0.1 in Australia, bringing a range of improvements.
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T-Mobile and Samsung haven't forgotten about Note 4 owners and have today released an Android update bumping the version up to 6.0.1. The OTA update will bring Doze and other Marshmallow features.
Almost eight months after Google released Marshmallow, Verizon has finally begun to roll out Android 6.0.1 for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4, including support for Wi-Fi Calling and Android for Work.
Owners of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 in Germany will soon get a taste of Marshmallow, as Android 6.0.1 has started rolling out there, although it's currently available only for the unlocked model.
Verizon's latest update for the Galaxy Note 4 isn't Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but it does promise to bring performance optimizations, bug fixes and the latest security patches to the device.
Verizon has updated its Samsung Galaxy Note 4, not to the very newest Android release, but to 5.1.1 Lollipop - a version of the OS that first made its way to devices over eight months ago.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 won't be coming to Europe anytime soon, but the handset's predecessor is getting an update there, to the latest public Android OS release, version 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is now just weeks ahead from its official launch, and ahead of its release, Samsung has confirmed a list of devices which it currently plans to upgrade to the new OS version.
Lollipop is now rolling out to Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 on T-Mobile in the United States - but unfortunately, the update isn't based on the latest Android 5.1 release, but on the older Android 5.0.1.
A recent report claimed that Samsung is now developing its Android 5.1 update for the Galaxy Note 4 - but it seems the company isn't actually working on 5.1 for any of its devices yet.
In a blind test conducted by Phone Arena, the Nokia Lumia 930, with its 20MP sensor, has won out over a range of high-end competitors, winning with over 6,000 votes.
Indian import logs have revealed that a prototype of Samsung's next flagship has landed in the country for testing purposes and the device is believed to be the curved version which may be launched.
A Samsung employee has revealed details of its Android 5.0 rollout in the US, including which devices will get the update first, and hints that Samsung is pressuring carriers to speed up its release.
Samsung has announced a new version of the Galaxy Note 4, and it's the world's first handset to support LTE-Advanced tri-band carrier aggregation, offering download speeds of up to 300Mbps.
Samsung has confirmed that it has begun rolling out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to its Galaxy S5, with other devices - including the Galaxy S4, Note 3 and Note 4 - getting the update next year.
Android 5.0 Lollipop has been previewed running on the Galaxy Note 4 - but while Google's new 'Material Design' language has had some influence on its look and feel, Samsung's TouchWiz UI lives on.
After their opening weekend Apple's new iPhones have garnered huge interest from Koreans who have pre-ordered the handsets in the tens of thousands, more than three times as many Note 4 pre-orders.
The fourth-generation Galaxy Note is the same 5.7" size as its predecessor but packs a Quad HD display, a more premium (and much requested) part-metal construction, and an improved camera with OIS.
With all of the negative press that Apple has received over bending phones, one user is testing the "bendability" of several different phones and found that the new Note 4 isn't very bendable.
Samsung's S Pen is useful for much more than just writing a quick note or scrawling a doodle on a virtual piece of paper - and the company has put together a video showing some of what it can do.
Some of those who have purchased Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 have reported unusually wide 'gaps' at one edge of their handset - wide enough to slide a business card in between the glass and the frame.
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Samsung has now confirmed that the 5.7-inch Note 4 phablet will be made available to South Koreans on September 26, with it going on sale in 140 countries after that by the end of October.
It looks like Samsung is finally unleashing the pre-order process for its next generation phablet device, the Galaxy Note 4. AT&T and Verizon have both established pre-order pages for the device.
...that won't get you very far. In order to use the company's virtual reality headset, you'll also need to purchase the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - and that could set you back a further $800.
Samsung has announced that it has built a virtual reality headset, developed in collaboration with Oculus - but there is one factor that makes this device unlikely to be your first VR headset.
We were all expecting Samsung to announce the Galaxy Note 4 today - but the company surprised us with the Galaxy Note Edge, which features a display that wraps around one side of the handset.
Samsung has posted new teaser videos hinting at improved S-Pen functionality in the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 smartphone which may be launched at IFA in the first week of September in Berlin.
Samsung has recently scheduled an event for September 3 and its new beast, the Galaxy Note 4, is expected to make its debut. Luckily, we get to have a sneak peek on the device thanks to some leaks.
An invite for Sony's product launch at the IFA 2014 conference has leaked with hints of some of the products that could be launched at the event on September 3. coinciding with Samsung's UNPACKED.
Samsung has sent out press invites for its UNPACKED event, scheduled to take place on September 3 during the IFA trade fair in Berlin, and is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 4 smartphone.
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has just had some of its specifications leaked on AnTuTu, and in addition to the 3GB RAM and 16MP rear camera, it has an amazing Quad-HD display.
It has been reported that the Note 4 will feature a 5.7 inch 515 DPI QHD (2560×1440) screen which will bring improved image quality to the device and could directly compete with the rumored iPhone 6.
A Samsung executive has revealed that the company will launch a number of products at IFA in September, which would also include the Note 4 and its curved variant for niche markets.
A source of Android Geeks has told how Samsung has purportedly scheduled an 'Unpacked' product launch on September 3rd of this year for its upcoming flagship phablet device, the Galaxy Note 4.