Samsung is reportedly on the lookout for beta testers for Android 6.0 Marshmallow for their device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Ubergizmo reports that 200 Galaxy Note 5 users in the US will be selected by Samsung to beta test the Android M update before finally releasing it for the common public.
Users who would be selected for the beta testing process would have to follow some necessary steps to become eligible for receiving the update. Once all the steps are complete, they should receive the update notification shortly.
The beta package comes with a size of 1.36GB and February 2 has been mentioned as its build date. Once downloaded and installed, the device will be automatically upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and users will be able to get a taste of the latest OS from Google on it.
Selected users will receive an email which would contain detailed instructions on how to upgrade their devices to the Android M.
The Android M update will be rolled out for the Galaxy Note 5 for the common public later this month. Another device scheduled to receive the update in the ongoing month is the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.
Stay tuned for more update on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.