T-Mobile has started to push March security update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge smartphones. Like in the case of all the previous updates, T-mobile is pushing the patch via OTA in a phased manner.
While the build number for the Galaxy Note 4 is tagged as N910TUBS2DQC1, the Galaxy Note update bears N915TUBS2DQC1 as the build number. If you have access to either Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy Note Edge handsets, then you should receive a message notification.
Interestingly, T-Mobile hasn’t disclosed any information about the update on its official support site. However, users have started to report that they are getting the relevant updates on their smartphones. The US-based mobile service provider has only included security patches, and the latest batch doesn’t contain any noticeable features and improvements.
If you happen to see a message notification, you should not straight away proceed to download the update. Firstly, you should establish connectivity with Wi-Fi and disable mobile data. The next step is to charge the phone to full capacity.
If you are unable to view the notification, you will get the update within the next few days since the update is rolled out in a phased manner. Alternatively, you can verify the presence of the update by navigating to About device | Software update by tapping the Settings icon.
On the specifications front, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED QHD Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protected display, Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, 16MP rear camera, 3.7MP front-facing shooter powered by a 3220mAh battery.
Coming to Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, the phone is equipped with a 5.6-inch SAMOLED QHD display, Snapdragon 805 processor, Adreno 420 graphics, 3GB RAM, 32/64GB expandable internal storage, 16MP rear camera, 3.7MP front-facing snapper powered by a 3000mAh fast charging battery. You should note that the Galaxy Note 4 also comes with Exynos processor for units shipped to Asian countries.
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