Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow rolls out to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Germany

Samsung's rollout of the Marshmallow update continues to reach new devices, and the latest to be upgraded is its Galaxy Note 4 in Germany. The company began upgrading the Note 4 internationally a few weeks ago; so far, the largest market in which the handset has received the update is India.

German owners of the high-end handset can now look forward to getting their hands on the latest Android release. Currently, the update is only making its way to the unlocked Galaxy Note 4 there, but its availability will pave the way for mobile operators in Germany to upgrade their devices in the coming weeks.

Weighing in at 1.29GB, the update bumps the Note 4 up to Android 6.0.1, and according to the release notes, it also includes:

  • Exercise greater control over app permissions
  • Purchase easily and securely with Fingerprint support
  • Experience enhanced battery-life through Doze
  • Redesigned App Drawer

Remember that over-the-air updates tend to be released in 'waves', so if you don't yet see Marshmallow available for your unlocked Galaxy Note 4 in Germany, there's no need to worry just yet.

Source: All About Samsung (German) via SamMobile

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