AT&T’s Galaxy Note 5 Getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow Beta


Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is Getting Android Marshmallow beta for testing in US. Earlier last month this process of updating device with marshmallow beta is started by the company in South Korea and Uk for Galaxy S6.

Today we are talking about Galaxy Note 5 getting Android Marshmallow Beta. The company has selected 200 users which own the device, and decided to kick off beta testing for those units. Now, users received an email with instructions on installing the beta update using the company’s app. Some of the participants already started receiving the Android 6.0 beta update for their Galaxy Note 5 (SM-N920A).

The update is 1.4GB big and it also comes with a February Android security patch. Some changes in the TouchWiz are the notification bar area, which was arguably the biggest eyesore of TouchWiz, has nowreceived a white theme with light blue accents, and the beta testers report how the wholeinterface, as well as the keyboard, have become faster and more responsive, thanks to this new TouchWiz on Marshmallow combo.. So it seems Galaxy Note 5 users may get Marshmallow update very soon.


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