It’s been long enough since everyone else on the Galaxy train got their turn at the Marshmallow mount. Heck, the Galaxy Note Edge on Sprint got its draw. Samsung, though, is still ready and willing to spread out the fluff to a wider audience who decided to take a chance on the chaebol’s little experiment on the edge.

The update that will bring at least European Galaxy Note Edge users to build N915FYXXU1DPE1 is just under 1.5GB large and updates TouchWiz with all the features we’re now used to on many other devices like Doze, Now on Tap, better sound controls, etc.

The phone came out in late 2014 on Android 4.4.4, so it’s nice to see that someone’s remembering the Edge that started it all.

Source: HDblog (Google Translate)
Via: SamMobile

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