It turns out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 isn't the only smartphone sold by Sprint to be receiving its dose of Marshmallow today. In fact, the carrier has also started over-the-air rollouts for Android 6.0 for the newer Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+.
Since these are staggered rollouts, not every Note5 and S6 edge+ sold by Sprint will get that coveted update notification today. The carrier says that the rollout will be complete by April 8.
For the Galaxy Note5, the new build, the one which is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is N920PVPU2BPC3. On the other hand, the Galaxy S6 edge+ will be on G928PVPU2BPC3 after you install the update.
In both cases you'll get everything that Google has built into the Marshmallow release, including Doze Mode for battery saving, the new permissions system, and much more. Sprint also mentions that some unnamed "security updates" are in too, which can only be good news.
Actually, the international version started being updated already. I got my update last week, it's working great, no bugs so far.
For my note 5 they given marshmallow update it is realy good.
That should be the theory. The reality is quite the opposite.