Hungary for Marshmallow? Samsung Galaxy Note 4 receives Android 6.0 update in the country

Owners of the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Hungary (SM-N910F) have received the update to Android 6.0. The new features that come with the update include battery-enhancing Doze, and contextual search provider Google Now On Tap, which looks for search results based on what you have on your screen at the moment.

The update adds a new Air Command menu, and a note-taking feature that uses the S Pen to scribble notes in white on a black background. These notes can be saved for quick recall when needed. The Android 6.0 update has already been available for multiple devices in some European countries like Hungary, where the LG G4 is already sporting it.

The latest distribution data released by Google shows that only .3% of active Android handsets are powered by Android 6.0. It is hard to believe, but this is only .1 percentage point more than the .2% share of Android phones running Android 2.2  Froyo. Once U.S. carrier testing of Android 6.0 is completed, we should see Marshmallow's share rise considerably.

As usual, unlocked Android handsets deployed overseas are getting the opportunity to run Android 6.0 after stock Android Nexus and Google Play edition phones were taken care of first.

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source: NapiDroid (translated)

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Galaxy Note 4
  • Display 5.7" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 3.7 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 7 Octa, Octa-core, 1900 MHz
  • Storage 32GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3220 mAh(20h 3G talk time)



1. Clars123

Posts: 1080; Member since: Mar 16, 2015

LOL...Anyone here on Sammobile?....I love how people bitch about updates there

9. Bm888

Posts: 517; Member since: Jul 06, 2015

Well I'd say I have been lucky or sort of getting sweet treatment with my exynos unlocked note 4...many people in different regions complained of slowness in updates, buggy updates but that dint happen to me.. My note 4 received an update to 5.1.1 directly from 4.4.4 shipping other updates.. No lag, huge battery lasting improvements, new features like smart manager among others I have been enjoying...and as a die hard fun of TW because of its vast features.. I'll say am contented.. Well I guess marshmallow is coming soon too on mine.. Can't wait

10. Clars123

Posts: 1080; Member since: Mar 16, 2015

It's been the same with the Samsung devices I've owned...I just dont see why people would nag about getting quick updates rather than problem free updates

21. Diezparda

Posts: 941; Member since: Oct 23, 2013

Don't u know most of them who complaining was non-Samsung user? It just a reason to bash Samsung phone.

31. sissy246

Posts: 7129; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Totally agree. I would rather wait a little longer too.

33. uchihakurtz

Posts: 429; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

Yeah, I skipped 5.0 knowing how much of a cluster ef it is. Glad I wait till 5.1.1, gone are the lags. I'll also probably wait a little on the 6.0 update.

35. TyrionLannister unregistered

It was the opposite with the s6. It worked like a dream on 5.0.2 with battery giving me 6-7 hours SoT, performance was top notch and absolutely no bugs. You can't expect more from a phone. Then 5.1.1 came and screwed everything up. There was lag in recent apps menu and several other places. Battery went to absolute crap and random bugs like memory management issues popped up. It's a good thing Samsung provides monthly updates and they fixed most of the issues. But the initial 5.1.1 was terrible. And even now I don't get the battery endurance I got on 5.0.2.

39. Shocky unregistered

That wasn't the experience with most users and frankly I still think your full of $hit or have very strange phone usage.

40. TyrionLannister unregistered

Sure sure. Anyone who has owned an S6 will agree with me. Ask Maherk or anyone if you don't believe me. Telling me full of $hit while you yourselves are never right and claiming BS most of the time. Something to read dear: PS. I have talked to at least 10 s6 owners and all of them share my opinion. Also you can see the 2 upvotes. So whatever you have to believe you can.

41. Shocky unregistered

That's cute, but I still think you're full of $hit and nothing you say will change that. I've tried a number of different S6's and they all behave the same, many reviewers and users alike slammed the phone for poor battery life after launch and for good reason. 5.02 to 5.1.1 didn't make any difference. Reviewers generally agree, 3-4 hours or less was normal for 5.02 and earlier 5.1.1 firmware's due to issues with background apps killing battery life. But you of course you always get the super enhanced version which has non of the issues everyone else experienced. It's improved a little in recent firmware's but not by a lot, of course usage varies but not by that much it doesn't.

42. TyrionLannister unregistered

Different people have different usage patterns. I believe in battery tests and they all say s6 has good battery life. Even the super reliable battery tests from anandtech confirm that. Please note that I don't live in US and have different variant of S6 than a carrier one in US. My variant has a different modem entirely and that changes a lot. Most of the reviewers who bashed s6 had US variant of S6. See any one with an international variant. Reviewers with my variant gave reported excellent battery life ( SM G920I). Currently I'm at 34% with over 4 hours of screen on time and more than 24 hours off charge. Don't believe that. Let me put screenshots.!6876&authkey=!AModFF1QdEMQaWo&ithint=folder%2c Check the EXIF data and match up with my time zone ( GMT + 5.5) . These are current fresh photos.

43. Shocky unregistered

Please don't waste time with screenshots, they don't prove anything. I've had two international versions of the Galaxy S6 and know many people with this phone, none of them get more than 5 hours sot. I'm not from the US, i have no experience with US version.

44. TyrionLannister unregistered

It depends on usage really. I use the phone differently. My phone loses nothing in stand by with the tasker profile I've enabled ( auto-sync for 2 minutes every hour ), disabled a lot of bloat and done a lot of other tweaks. I won't go any further to convince you as it's futile. But for my usage, the phone lasts me 2 full days of use. And that's more than enough for what I ask for. There may be phones with better stand by efficiency. But if I play games, those SD 808/810 phones lose 30-40% battery an hour compared to 20-25% on s6, thanks to way efficient GPU. I don't want a mid day top-up, and this phone achieves 2 days of usage. I have friends who don't get 4 hours of SoT even with 1+1, while I can achieve 8 hours SoT with that thing. It depends on whether you can optimise the phone for your usage or not. Most people can't and they manage terrible battery life. We, as advanced users can turn off unimportant stuff and use apps like tasker. That's what I want to say. Peace.

45. Shocky unregistered

Just looked at your screenshot, barely any app usage at all, are you just using the phone to check the time? do you even have any non-system applications installed? Seriously, THAT'S NOT NORMAL!

46. TyrionLannister unregistered

Check the percentages and add them. They don't add up to 66%. That's a bug in Sammy's battery checker. According to that, I only lost 35% of my juice. Clearly that's wrong. I'm not a moron to check time for 4 hours a day. I played clash of clans for an hour, my usual twitter, facebook, read a book for 30 min on google plat books, watched some videos on YouTube. WiFi was on all day and I had S-health running checking my walking stats continuously. I have more than 50 3rd party apps installed. To get the real stats I'll have to install GSAM battery stats, but since I don't have to prove anything, I won't. You can continue bitching about everything, but it still won't make much sense.

48. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

Why even stress yourself to convince someone who just wants to argue? *Sigh*

49. Shocky unregistered

After a normal days use I've got quite a few applications in that list, it's never devoid of app activity like you just posted. The only way I would change my mind here is is I had your device and was able to use it myself as well as the check the firmware had been modified in any way. That's not going to happen.

50. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

Since you know that it isn't going to happen, what's your nagging fuss all about? Leave the Lannister in peace! *SMH*

52. Shocky unregistered

Nobody is forcing him to respond and nobody asked him to try and provide proof. He needs to learn the difference between typical usage which most people will get with no tweaking and no app management and his usage which unsurprisingly looks a little odd.

58. Credo

Posts: 749; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

"I'm not a moron to check time for 4 hours a day" whahahahaha lol this made my day :D but i agree with you, every users usage is different.

47. johanbiff

Posts: 415; Member since: Mar 31, 2015

the locked s6`s(t-mob,at@t and so on) don`t have a good batterylife, they all have some nasty wifi bug and trouble with deep sleep. my 920F s6 got 5-6h SoT on 5.0.2 but on 5.1.1 it`s "only" 4-5h so yeah..@TyrionLannister +1

54. Shocky unregistered

I only have experience with the international versions which don't have this bug yet I've NEVER got 5 hours SOT out of any Galaxy S6 I've used and I've used a quite a few including the Edge.

53. Jason2k13

Posts: 1478; Member since: Mar 28, 2013

I own an s6 edge, and it was worst on 5.0. Its basically lag free when i got the 5.1 update.

11. maherk

Posts: 7066; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

I know right? Lol Still, they have every right to do so. As much as I prefer Samsung flagships over anything else, I hate the way Samsung treats their costumers and also their aweful updating system. It doesn't affect me since I always upgrade, but why shouldn't a 1 year old flagship like the Note4 not get all the goodies like it's successor? Why would the A series have the theme engine and not the S5 and Note 4?

12. Bm888

Posts: 517; Member since: Jul 06, 2015

In terms of updates and new features.. I like how LG does it.. The LG g2 rocks G4 features.. Maybe Samsung is a lil bit worry some that if they update their older handsets with newer features.. Many people will opt not to buy and upgrade to newer Samsung devices.. Eg if Note 4 had all the features of note 5..a few would have upgraded.., the note 4 would still (though I believe it is) be the productivity phablet to beat... And hence Sammy wouldn't be in business... Thats said.. Still it doesn't make sense for their haphazard updates... They ought to find ways to entice us buy their new devices at the same time not compromising old ones.. Eg Making sure their newer devices have meaningful incremental hardware advances unlike "showdy" it did with note 5 from note 4...

16. maherk

Posts: 7066; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

I get that. But that's a dirty tactic to get people to buy your latest product while screwing up those who invested a lot on the previous model. Not just that, their is a big flaw in their ota updates system. Both my father in law, and sister in law has the Note 3 LTE(9005), she got the 5.0 update 4 weeks ago, and he is still waiting for it.

17. Bm888

Posts: 517; Member since: Jul 06, 2015

I gotta agree a flaw in their updates.. Maybe it can be explained by their so many devices they are dealing with and the regions versatility as explained by different models of same devices.. If they had fewer devices like Apple.. It'll be much faster.. Having said that, by my experience with Sammy over time.. Their unlocked devices tend to receive synchronized and faster stable updates than locked or carried dependent.. But Samsung being a large company and have proven capabilities in churning out many devices... They should at same should hire enough engineers dedicated on software updates especially for their flagships..

22. maherk

Posts: 7066; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

What bugs me is them releasing their products with different model numbers in different regions(not to mention the variants as well). Like last year, they released the Note 4 N910H and N910C. Exactly same hardware, but the H for some reason lacks LTE, and you have to wait a lot longer to get the latest updates.

27. darkkjedii

Posts: 31774; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

Good points bro. Some measures to simply/unify these update processes would be greatly appreciated.

51. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

It's a dirty tactic you say... Heck, why does Apple release latest iOS update to it's 4-year old phones? - Because they care for costumer satisfaction? Maybe - Because they love to offer the latest OS? LMAO! It's simply to render those oldies useless and turning them into garbage! Hence, compelling the users to upgrade to a newer iPhone!

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