With a more pronounced curve on one side of its screen than the S6 Edge, Edge+, and S7 Edge, as well as a straight left border, the road-opening Samsung Galaxy Note Edge was clearly meant as a limited aesthetic experiment.

But a refreshingly large number of adventurous consumers were willing to experiment with it, so naturally, Samsung couldn’t abandon the ingenious 5.6-incher on either the KitKat or Lollipop island. Bizarrely enough, the Sprint-locked version got treated to a Marshmallow makeover a full month before unlocked international models, while Verizon follows suit at last as we speak.

Now, Big Red might not be the national champion of super-early Android 6.0 updates, but just in the past 90 days or so, the leading carrier has managed to renew the software of the Galaxy Note 4, GS5, Motorola Droid Maxx 2, LG G Pad X8.3, S6 and S6 Edge, LG V10, and HTC One M8.

That’s quite a rich and diverse list of gadgets, on a fairly reasonable timetable. Back to the Galaxy Note Edge, you’re looking at OS build VRU2CPD1, Doze battery life enhancements, Now on Tap cards, complete control over app permissions, Ultra-High-Quality Audio, and more.

Source: Verizon Support

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