News by Josh Dasey on Wednesday December 02, 2015.
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Samsung is issuing an update for some versions of its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ smartphones, with both of the company's current flagships receiving some performance tweaks. Of course, these handsets are still awaiting the upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but for the time being Samsung's own software enhancements will be rolled out.The SM-N920C variation of Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 phablet will be getting an update that brings performance enhancements and security patches, although Samsung has not gone into detail regarding specific changelog items. The SM-N920G variant is getting a little bit more, namely battery usage improvements and changes to the call quality. The handsets are also getting the monthly security patched for Android issued by Google and Samsung. The SM-G928C and the SM-G928G variants of the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will be getting the same changes as the SM-N920G flavor of the Galaxy Note 5.
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