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The April security patches are already available from Google, but T-Mobile is only now updating the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge with the March security update, which was released six weeks ago.
Months after its rival carriers delivered Marshmallow to both devices - and eleven months after Google released Android 6.0 - AT&T is finally rolling out the update to the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge.
After releasing its Marshmallow update for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 yesterday, T-Mobile has also begun rolling out Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy Note Edge in the US. The update weighs in at 1.52GB.
After upgrading Samsung's Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S5 and Note 4 to Marshmallow in recent weeks, Verizon has now commenced its over-the-air rollout of Android 6.0.1 for the Galaxy Note Edge.
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.
A fortnight after Android 5.1 rolled out to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge on Sprint, the carrier is rolling out a further update for these devices, while 5.1 is now available for its Galaxy Note Edge too.
According to industry sources, Samsung is considering abandoning the Japanese phone market altogether after its Note Edge handset failed to garner interest and marketshare plummeted.
Samsung is sending out invites to a 'Galaxy Unpacked' event next month, at which it's expected to launch its new Galaxy S6 flagship - and the teaser image promoting the event is certainly intriguing.
Samsung isn't afraid to experiment with new concepts. Their latest is adding a curved AMOLED display on their flagship large-screened smartphone, the Galaxy Note 4, to create the Galaxy Note Edge
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.
We know that Samsung has been experimenting with curved displays and that they hope to get foldable phones on the market soon, now we know there may be a curved Galaxy S6 'Edge'.
Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge, which features a display that curves around one edge of the device, is available for pre-order in the UK - but at £750 off-contract, it's only for those with deep pockets.
While there's still no official launch date for the Galaxy Note Edge in the United States, the paperwork is moving behind the scenes with the FCC approving the device for AT&T and T-Mobile.
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.
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Samsung has said that its Galaxy Note Edge, featuring a screen that wraps around one side of the device, will be a "limited edition concept" - and it seems likely that it will come at a high price.
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.