A few hours ago we brought you the news that T-Mobile has finally started sending out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 units it's sold, pretty late even by US carrier standards. And now the magenta company has decided to do the exact same good deed for the Galaxy Note Edge too. This is rolling out over-the-air in the form of a 1.52GB download, so you'd better grab it via Wi-Fi.
After you've applied the update, your Note Edge will be on software version N915TUVU2CPE3. The rollout is probably going to take some time, hitting all the T-Mobile Note Edge units out there within the next few days. If you don't want to wait, you can manually check for the update by going to Settings > About device > Software update.
This release should bring with it the new features from Marshmallow, of course. So expect to see Doze Mode and App Standby included for better battery life, the new permissions system, and Google Now On Tap among many other smaller improvements to the OS.
6.0.1 is worst it results in slow processing late battery charging sensors are also not working properly very bad
I have not yet received marshmallow for my note4 n9100 duos yet.
I have to say my Note Edge with 6.0 become really fast compared with the 5.0.1, until now I'm happy let's see how goes during the week