The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update remains unreleased but it could be one of the first to emerge from Samsung’s labs. Here, we take a look at five important Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow release details to know right now.
Earlier this year, Google confirmed a brand new Android update dubbed Android M. Android M was first released in Developer Preview form shortly after Google I/O though it wasn’t until late September that Google finally started talking about it in detail.
Android M is now Android 6.0 Marshmallow and it’s rolling out several devices. Not on the list? Samsung’s Galaxy branded smartphones and tablets. Galaxy Note 5 owners, and other users, continue to wait for Samsung to roll out its first Marshmallow update.
Samsung hasn’t rolled out any Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates just yet but that doesn’t mean we have a shortage of details. We’ve seen a number of Galaxy Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates get confirmed and it looks like Samsung might have plans to get at least one major Marshmallow update out before the end of the year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update details have been among the most prominent to emerge and today we want to take a look at everything Galaxy Note 5 users need to know about their Android 6.0 Marshmallow update.
This roundup includes details about its features, its release date and a way to get it on board your Galaxy Note 5 right now.
Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow Update Now Available
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update is now available. Sort of.
Earlier this week, a T-Mobile Galaxy Note 5 user on XDA-Developers received an update prompt. To his surprise, the update was (and is) Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. An early form of it at least.
While it's an official version of Android Marshmallow, the build is clearly in the development stage. Still, it gives us a look at the update and it also offers those with the know-how a chance to try it out ahead of the public release.
If you are interested in trying the update out right now, head on over here to get started. Just remember that downloading this could have an unintended effect on your phone's performance. This is early software after all.