Samsung looks set to make sure that their flagship phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, will soon be on the receiving end of a spanking new firmware update. In this upcoming update, it intends to help the device improve its overall performance as well as add a dash of stability to the entire mix. In fact, there are Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners in Germany as well as Greece who happen to have reported that their respective smartphones has received the prompt to install the most recent Galaxy Note 4 firmware alongside build number N910FXXU1ANK4, with the entire shebang weighing in at 137MB.
As with any other kind of update available, it would be best to make sure that your smartphone has at least 50% of its battery life left, not to mention being connected to a decent Wi-Fi network before downloading the update so that you will be able to save on your data plan, not to mention enjoy (normally) superior speeds on a Wi-Fi network.
This update is touted to have been built on November 17, and other than that, very scant details have been released by Samsung concerning the update’s capability other than having it improve the overall performance. This is not the jump to Lollipop, since the underlying Android version happens to remain at Android 4.4.4 KitKat.