Samsung's roadmap for updating their existing range of smartphones to Android Marshmallow 6.0 first surfaced back in November. The update roadmap has revealed that Samsung will be pushing the Android 6.0 to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Note5 this December. However it seems that we are in for quite a surprise.
Folks at Napidroid reports that they have received the official Android Marshmallow update in the Galaxy Note 4. The updates coming with a build number N910FXXU1DOL3X seems to have apparently sent out by Samsung before its stipulated time. In an era where companies are paying all their attention to their present gen flagship models, it heartily so see Samsung think of an aged device like the Galaxy Note 4.
However it isn't sure as of now whether this is the final version of the update as it doesn't include screen off and memo features which are seen in the Galaxy Note 5. The Air Command menu too goes missing in the update.
It's worth mentioning that the update has been rolled down to selected Galaxy Note 4 users as of now. However it is expected that Samsung will be rolling it out to all its users soon.