Samsung has started rolling out the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to Galaxy Note Edge users in the Europe region. The Note Edge is a relatively older model and was the first curved phone from the Korean manufacturer thus kicking off the Edge series for Samsung in 2014.
The update for the Galaxy Note Edge weighs close to 1.5GB and the firmware number that can be seen once the update is completed is N915FYXXU1DPE1. The device was released on the Android KitKat 4.4.4 version after which it got an upgrade to the Lollipop version of Android and now the Marshmallow.
The Android Marshmallow version brings a ton of goodies for Android users with features like Doze mode, Google Now on Tap, App permissions and more. Additionally, Samsung has also upgraded the Touchwiz interface along with some special features dedicated to the curved screen that can be used here for the Galaxy Note Edge. The update also brings along Google's latest security patch for the month of May.
It seems, as of now, the update is only rolling out to factory unlocked versions of the Note Edge sold in Europe. Users possessing the device locked to a carrier may need to wait a while before they can experience the Marshmallow OS.
Those of you on the unlocked version, who still have not got an automated notification for the update, can check for it manually. Go to Settings>About phone>System updates and see if the update is available. If not you will just have to be patient. You can also try to detect the update by connecting your Note Edge to Samsung's PC companion.