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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (branded and marketed as Samsung Galaxy Note5  is an Android phablet smartphone developed and produced by Samsung Electronics. The Galaxy Note 5, along with the Galaxy S6 Edge+, was unveiled during a Samsung press conference in New York City on 13 August 2015. It is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The phone became available in the U.S. on 21 August 2015.

Similar to the Galaxy S6, the construction of the device was revamped, with a metal unibody frame, glass instead of faux leatherbacking, and a newer, metal stylus. The back of the device is curved on both sides for easy handling. Due to the newer design, the Note 5 is the first in the Note series of phones that does not have a user-removable battery, nor a micro SD card slot. And the battery shrank for the first time, (from 3200 to 3000 mAh) in order to keep the design as slim as possible. Note 5 has the following versions in different countries with 32,64 and 128 gb memory accordingly. Versions: N920T (T-Mobile); N920A (AT&T); N920I (Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Canada); N920G (India) N920CD (Korea, Vietnam).

 Samsung has begun rolling out its version of Marshmallow for the Galaxy Note 5

The update brings along the usual Marshmallow goodies, including Doze, Google Now on Tap, and redesigned app permissions, as well as a few other things such as the new Samsung Web browser that now includes support for ad-blocking.
It's currently available through Samsung Smart Switch, although OTA roll out should begin soon, if not already. Those feeling impatient can manually check for the update by heading toSettings > About device > Software update on their handset.
The update comes just a few days after Samsung officially announced the worldwide availability of Marshmallow updates for the Galaxy S6/S6 edge.