Sprint has started seeding the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in the US. The Marshmallow update comes a month later than it was originally scheduled and this is only a carrier-supported version for Sprint users. The OTA update is yet to be rolled out.
The Android 6.0.1 update for the device is 1.4GB in size with build number N910PVPU4DPC1 and brings all of the features and improvements that are part and parcel of Marshmallow like Doze mode and App permissions. The update also brings the March Android security patch.
The update brings along some new features like the Screen off memo function that allows you to start taking notes using the S Pen as soon as it is taken out of its slot. The update includes a new Air Command menu that we first saw on the Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus. Other changes include new icons, faster UI, and smoother animations.
Back in December 2015 some Note 4 users in Europe had accidentally started receiving the Marshmallow update much before any other flagships from the company like the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy Note 5. That of course seemed to be out of line and the actual OTA for the Note 4 will probably start rolling out soon after Sprint's release.