Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Its Updating to 6.0 Android Are Already Tested in The USA, Currently in Beta

Samsung also continues with its upgrade to 6.0 Android plan Marshmallow, and although long since a few weeks we saw for the first time to the last flavor of Android disguised as Touchwiz, for now only users of the S6 Galaxy could opt for tests of the new firmware in private beta phase.

Today the Korean giant announces the extension of the tests in private beta phase, coming now to the Samsung Galaxy 5 Note in the United States.

Unfortunately, there has been only one 200 invited participants, all them the owners for the operator AT & T Galaxy Note 5, which have been unable to download the update using a special application that Samsung granted access via email.

The update package seems to have the same news as already seen with the S6 Galaxy, though it includes some security enhancements published last week. Weighs 1.35 GB and is available for the Samsung Galaxy 5 Note SM-N920A, with number of compilation N920AUCU2BPB1.

As you can see, maintains the new color palettes and an unmistakable of TouchWiz to the desktop style, although new Samsung Android 6.0 on customizing has come a long way in its simplification. That Yes, We do not have any changelog nor specific dates for the arrival of updates, which apparently could have been delayed a couple of weeks with respect to the initial plans of the Korean giant.