The Galaxy Note 4 isn’t the only T-Mobile smartphone being updated to Android 6.0 today.
T-Mobile says that it’s now updating its Samsung Galaxy Note Edge to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The update bumps the Note Edge to software version N915TUVU2CPE3 and is a hefty 1.52GB in size. To check for it manually, you can go into Settings > About device > Software update.
As for what’s included, T-Mo’s changelog is rather vague, listing only a bump to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. That’ll give you Note Edge owners new features like Google Now on Tap and improved app permissions. You can probably also expect some of the features found in the Note 4’s Marshmallow update, like an updated TouchWiz design.
The Note Edge was a unique device when it launched thanks to its curved edge display, but now that Samsung has started using dual curved edge displays on several of its devices, the Note Edge hasn’t gotten much attention lately. It’s in the spotlight today thanks to its Marshmallow update, though. Note Edge owners, keep an eye out for this update and let us know when it arrives on your device!